Getting started with Nagios 2.1

Thursday, 13 April 2006, 1:42 AM EST

Nagios, the premier open source network monitoring program, is celebrating its 2.1 release. With four years of development under its belt, Nagios is powerful enough to replace expensive proprietary monitoring products and become a tool your organization can't live without.

The Nagios change log shows more than 126 improvements since version 1.3, which came out a year ago.

At Linux.com

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