Download Nagios XI

Nagios® XI™ is the most powerful IT infrastructure monitoring solution on the market. Nagios XI extends on proven, enterprise-class Open Source components to deliver the best monitoring solution for today’s demanding organizational requirements. Designed for scalability and flexibility, XI is designed to make problematic IT monitoring tasks simple, while retaining the powerful attributes of its enterprise-class foundation blocks.


Choose from the options below to start monitoring:

VMWare

VMWare 64bit VMWare 32bit

Virtual PC

VirtualPC 64bit VirtualPC 32bit

Source

Source Install

Running Windows?

Manual Installation Instructions

Want to manually install Nagios XI to your own physical or virtual server running RHEL or CentOS? No problem. Learn how.

Important: Nagios Enterprises strongly recommends and will only support the installation of Nagios XI on a newly installed, “clean” Linux system. Read the installation documentation for more information.

Upgrade Instructions

Want to manually install Nagios XI to your own physical or virtual server running RHEL or CentOS? No problem. Learn how.

Important: Nagios Enterprises strongly recommends and will only support the installation of Nagios XI on a newly installed, “clean” Linux system. Read the installation documentation for more information.

Running On Windows? No problem.

Even though Nagios XI does not natively run on Windows, it can easily be implemented in your Windows environment as a virtual machine using either of the VMWare or Virtual PC downloads above. (Be sure to read the VMWare image notes below).

Note: To ensure optimal performance, be sure to properly allocate resources to your virtual machine.

IMPORTANT: Even though Nagios XI doesn’t natively run on Windows it can certainly MONITOR all of your Windows servers, desktops, and other network devices.

VMware Image Notes

You’ll need VMware Server or VMware Player to run the virtual machine. Get VMware Player for free here.
Want the run the virtual machine under VMware ESX? Watch this tutorial or use the new OVF Templates.

Be sure to read the documentation linked below to get some important information before using the Nagios XI virtual machine. The notes contain information on default credentials for the machine, as well as general information you’ll need to get started. Read the Virtual Machine Documentation

Default CLI Credentials
User: root
Pass: nagiosxi

 

vSphere / ESX OVF Template

You’ll need VMware vSphere Server, ESX or other server capable of deploying OVF Template. There is no need to convert image, in vSphere simply click File -> Deploy OVF Template

Be sure to read the documentation linked below to get some important information before using the Nagios XI virtual machine. The notes contain information on default credentials for the machine, as well as general information you’ll need to get started. Read the Virtual Machine Documentation

Microsoft Image Notes

You’ll need to have either VirtualPC or Virtual Server to run the Microsoft virtual machine. The image has been tested and is known to work on Virtual Server 2005 as well as Hyper-V.

Be sure to read the documentation linked below to get some important information before using the Nagios XI virtual machine. The notes contain information on default credentials for the machine, as well as general information you’ll need to get started. Read the Virtual Machine Documentation