Nagios XI 2014r1.3 is ready to hit the streets, providing users with many improvements, bug fixes, and feature enhancements. The Core Configuration Manager (CCM) has been updated to include “Show Config Changes” and “Show Errors” allowing Admins to quickly determine when to modify configurations and where issues may occur. Additional improvements were made to XI’s graphing capabilities in the Host Graphs dashboard, and functionality was added to allow users to force host and service checks regardless of check period.

With multiple configuration improvements, input character bug fixes, and increased internationalization, Nagios XI 2014r1.3 is the most stable and secure release to date. The development team works hard to continually improve on the industry standard and provide users with the best IT management solution on the market.

Visit the XI downloads page to gain access to Nagios XI 2014r1.3

To view a full list of changes included in this release, view the changelog.

You may check for updates within the admin section of Nagios XI 2014 or manually upgrade your existing Nagios XI installation to the latest release by following the instructions listed here.

Learn more about Nagios XI 2014 at Nagios World Conference 2014 – taking place October 13-16 in St. Paul, Minnesota. Comprised of three full days of presentations, workshops, and an evening networking event, the 4th annual Nagios World Conference is shaping up to be better than ever. Register today at, reserve your spot, and ensure access to the most successful Nagios event in the world.

We greatly appreciate the feedback that the Nagios community continues to provide. If there is a feature you would like to see in a future release of Nagios XI, be sure to share your ideas with our tech team in our Nagios Ideas Forum!

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