National, state, and local government agencies are under constant pressure to manage their budgets while providing services to their respective constituents.

The increased need for government efficiency and effective resource management creates many challenges related to the deployment and management of IT systems.

How Nagios Can Help

By deploying a Nagios solution, government agencies can benefit from Nagios’ comprehensive monitoring and alerting capabilities.

Performance graphing and capacity planning features allow government agencies to keep their production IT systems running as long as possible, thereby allowing them to stretch their budgets as far as possible. Monitoring of key performance metrics provides invaluable information necessary to plan and budget for future system upgrades.

By implementing Nagios, government agencies can receive instant notifications of website and system outages that can affect their public image, operational efficiency, and service delivery. Once alerted, IT staff can resolve problems more quickly, thus lessening the impact of outages.

By implementing Nagios, government agencies can realize:

  • Improved IT system operations
  • Improved website availability
  • Improved public visibility and credibility
  • Improved ROI on IT systems
  • Better relationships with their constituents and the public

Nagios XI - The Industry Standard Monitoring Solution


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.

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Government Agencies Using Nagios

  • Executive Office of the President
  • Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Logan City Council
  • Jacksonville Port Authority
  • Phillipine Department of Agriculture
  • British Oceanographic Data Center
  • Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

by Scott Wilkerson