How Nagios Core Works
IT staff configure Nagios to monitor critical IT infrastructure components, including system metrics, network protocols, applications, services, servers, and network infrastructure.
Nagios sends alerts when critical infrastructure components fail and recover, providing administrators with notice of important events. Alerts can be delivered via email, SMS, or custom script.
IT staff can acknowledge alerts and begin resolving outages and investigating security alerts immediately. Alerts can be escalated to different groups if alerts are not acknowledged in a timely manner.
Reports provide a historical record of outages, events, notifications, and alert response for later review. Availability reports help ensure your SLAs are being met.
Scheduled downtime prevents alerts during scheduled maintenance and upgrade windows.
Trending and capacity planning graphs and reports allow you to identify necessary infrastructure upgrades before failures occur.
Core provides monitoring of all mission-critical infrastructure components including applications, services, operating systems, network protocols, system metrics, and network infrastructure.
Core provides a centralized view of your entire IT operations network and business processes. Users can review detailed status information directly through the web interface.
Alerts are delivered to IT staff via email and SMS to ensure fast detection of infrastructure outages. Multi-user notification escalation capabilities ensure alerts reach the attention of the appropriate person.
Event handlers allow automatic restart of failed applications, servers, devices, and services when problems are detected.
Trending and capacity planning extensions allow users to proactively plan for upgrades. Scheduled downtime will allow users to suppress alerts during an infrastructure upgrade.
Availability reports ensure SLAs are being met. Historical reports provide record of alerts, notifications, outages, and alert response. Third party add-ons also extend reporting capabilities.
Multi-user access to the web interface allows stake holders to view infrastructure status. User-specific views can be configured to ensures clients see only their infrastructure components.
Multiple API’s provide integration with in-house and third-party applications. Hundreds of community-developed add-ons also extend Core’s functionality.
Reliable and Respected Platform
Nagios Core is an open source software with more than 10 years of active development, and over a million users worldwide. Multiple awards, media coverage, and recognition prove Nagios’ value in the open source world.