Website Monitoring With Nagios

Nagios Capabilities

Nagios provides complete monitoring of websites, web applications, web transactions, and web services – including availability, URL monitoring, HTTP status, content monitoring, hijack detection, and more.

Benefits

Implementing effective website monitoring with Nagios offers the following benefits:

  • Increased website and web application availability
  • Increased website performance
  • Fast detection of outages, website defacement, and website hijacking
  • Capacity planning information for future web server and application upgrades

Monitoring Websites with Nagios XI

This document describes how to monitor websites effectively with Nagios XI. There are three different wizards to help you monitor your websites. The Website Wizard is used to monitor the steady-state aspects of a website. The Website URL is very similar and allows you to monitor the status and content of a specific URL. Finally, the Web Transaction Wizard monitors transactions and other interactive activities on your website.

Monitoring Website with Nagios XI (PDF)

In Depth

Find in-depth details on the website monitoring capabilities of Nagios:

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Nagios XI is the most powerful and trusted infrastructure monitoring tool on the market. Millions of users and thousands of companies - ranging from Fortune 500s to small business owners - trust Nagios XI to get the job done.

Designed for scalability and flexibility, XI makes problematic IT management tasks simple. With XI, you can monitor performance of anything from the satellites that bring the Internet to your global user base to an individual server.

Take the work out of monitoring with Nagios XI.
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