[Wolves] Proposed talk: "Network Monitoring with Nagios"

Adam Sweet drinky76 at yahoo.com
Sat Dec 9 12:13:21 GMT 2006

--- James Turner <james at turnersoft.co.uk> wrote:

> Nagios is a highly flexible, automated network and
> service monitoring system, 
> licensed under GPL2 and designed to run on Linux or
> other similar *NIX 
> operating systems.
> Software such as Nagios is likely to be useful to
> people and organisations who 
> manage collections of mission-critical servers or
> other network devices, such 
> as ISPs, large companies or government bodies,
> universities, etc.
> Is this of interest to anyone? If so, then I'm happy
> to do a talk on it, to 
> take place during the second meeting of the New Year
> (Wednesday 17th January 
> I believe) or shortly after.

I'm a yes. I use Nagios at work, you're normally
thorough so there will be something in it for me, I
think this would be useful to any budding sysadmins
out there.





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