[CentOS] Re: [OT] What is the best network monitoring tool?

Alejandro cdgraff at gmail.com
Sun Oct 12 21:03:52 UTC 2008


Hi,

For this same reason I look in centreon, is a nagios backend with a
excelent integration with performace graphics all in one unique system

Regards
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2008/10/12, Thomas Bleier <tbleier2 at gmail.com>:
> Les Mikesell wrote:
>> Alejandro wrote:
>>> Nate,
>>>
>>> Thanks for your response.
>>>
>>> Currently I have a lot of services to monitoring for example:
>>>
>>> Databases : Oracle - Mysql - MSSql
>>> WebServers: SunWebServer - SunJavaAppServer - Apache
>>> Systems: Windows - Linux
>>> Networking: Cisco Switch - Lan Interfaces
>>>
>>> Currently I look these projects: Groundwork and Centreon
>>> (http://www.centreon.com/), this two tools based in Nagios, but with
>>> statistical tools
>>>
>>> And other excellent tool is JFFNMS (http://www.jffnms.org/)
>>>
>>
>> Don't forget OpenNMS - http://www.opennms.org.
>>
>
> Hi,
>
> I also use Nagios for monitoring events, and I'm quite happy with it,
> but I'm looking for a complementary tool for performance/trend
> monitoring, since I'm not very happy with the Nagios Addons like
> NagiosGrapher, PNP and the like (limited functionality, high
> installation effort).
>
> I've also taken a look at Cacti, but it seems not very mature yet and
> integration into Nagios is also rather tedious if you don't want two
> separate solutions doing things twice.
>
> Recently I stumbled over Munin (http://sourceforge.net/projects/munin/),
> which looks interesting, but I didn't have the time to take a look at it
> yet.
>
> Anybody using Nagios and Munin together and want's to share some
> experience? :-)
>
> best regards,
> __
> /homas
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