[CentOS] Monitoring services

Mon Nov 28 05:34:41 UTC 2011
Yu Watanabe <yu.watanabe at jp.fujitsu.com>

>Nagios is probably the most popular, and is pretty powerful and
>relatively easy to write your own plugins for.
>I have to look at this in my new job in the next month or so.  I'm
>going to have a look at Zenoss and if that does not pan out and
>nothing else turns up I'll fall back to Nagios.
>Really there is not anything bad you can say about Nagios for this
>specific purpose other than that the web monitoring GUI is kind of
>ugly (or was in the last version I used about 2 years ago).  But
>Zenoss advertises that it does this plus a number of other things I
>need so I could kill a few birds with one stone there.

  We use nagios. I like the basic priciple of this software. Very simple theory.
  But you would need a software that can manage the configuration data.


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