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NEMS Linux - Nagios Enterprise Monitoring Server
A modern pre-configured, customized and ready-to-deploy appliance that includes a number of open source tools and customized check commands to provide the most powerful out-of-the-box Nagios Core experience.
NEMS is the Nagios Enterprise Monitoring Server.

Say goodbye to Nagios config files. NEMS Linux (/n?mz/) is a modern pre-configured, customized and ready-to-deploy Nagios Core image designed to run on low-cost micro computers such as Raspberry Pi and PINE64 single board computers. It has evolved to include enterprise builds for VMWare ESXi, Amazon Web Services' EC2, Docker and more. It features a modern, self-hosted browser-based UI, and countless extras. At its core NEMS Linux is a lightweight Debian-based operating system, optimized for performance, reliability and ease of use.

NEMS Linux simplifies initial deployment and configuration of an enterprise monitoring server powered by Nagios Core and adds many complex features, integrating several open source projects to create a well rounded, fully functional appliance that is scalable for any sized network. NEMS Linux is not just a "pre-installed Nagios Core distro," but rather is an entire Linux distribution built around providing a powerful and feature-rich Nagios-based appliance.

NEMS Linux is free to download, deploy, and use. Its development is supported by its community of users. Please consider contributing if you can.