Cool Technology, Extreme Conditions

Those working in the military know that they get the opportunity to work with some very cool technology, the likes of which the civilian world may not see for a decade. This, in addition to typical IT equipment, also needs to be deployed in unfamiliar locations, many of which are harsh environments for tech equipment.

Military Means Larger Scale

In small to medium businesses, IT purchases are often several thousand dollars; however, in the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines, IT equipment deployments can easily be measured in the billions. That’s a lot of servers, storage, and networking gear that is expected to be online and functioning properly for years to come.

Effective Solutions for Critical Missions

By deploying a Nagios solution, the Armed Forces benefit from Nagios’ comprehensive monitoring and alerting capabilities. Nagios provides proactive alerts so downtime can be drastically reduced, keeping systems online even in the harshest of conditions.

Monitoring key performance metrics provides invaluable information necessary to plan and budget for future system upgrades or prepare for maintenance.

By implementing Nagios, military branch leaders can receive near-instant notifications of network, communication, and system outages that can affect their readiness and operational efficiency. Once alerted, military staff can resolve problems quickly, lessening the impact of outages and reducing or eliminating downtime.

Armed forces implementing Nagios can:

  • Improve operational awareness
  • Be alerted to problems before they occur
  • Provide more on-time deliveries
  • Improve public visibility and credibility
  • Improve ROI on IT systems
  • Improve operation efficiency

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