If you are a sysadmin, dba, network administrator, IT manager, or someone who is responsible for keeping the IT infrastructure up and running, you should implement a robust monitoring solution that will notify you when there is an issue. It should also notify the right people at the right time about a potential issue, even before it becomes critical.
Nagios Core 3 eBook is the only guide you’ll ever need to get your IT infrastructure monitored using Nagios Core, and I promise it will help you to understand everything you need to know to implement Nagios Core 3.
What is inside the eBook?
This book contains a total of 150 pages, that explains the following.
- Chapter 1 – 5 explains how to install and configure Nagios. Explains how to monitor a remote Linux host (using NRPE and SSH), and Windows host (using NSClient++). It also explains commonly used Nagios check commands with clear examples.
- Chapter 6 – 9 explains about Nagios configuration file, Individual configuration objects, group configuration objects, and advanced configuration objects with clear examples.
- Chapter 10 – 11 explains about Nagios Web interface and security.
This book is targeted towards users who are new to Nagios Core 3.
Free Bonus Gifts Included! (For Limited time only)
- Bonus #1: A sample real life monitoring scenario, along with step-by-step Nagios configuration information to get it implemented.
- Bonus #2: Nagios cheatsheet.
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