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Installing new 3.4.4 nagios version in CentOS 6.3 or Red Hat 6.3 http://sharadchhetri.com/2013/02/27/installing-nagios-3-4-4-in-centos-6-3/

Integrate Apprise into Nagios for More Notification Sup...


Integrate Apprise into Nagios for More Notification Support With Apprise, Nagios can easily notify more services such as Slack, Discord, Telegram, Pushbullet, AWS (SNS), Microsoft Teams, etc.

Nagios Core 4.x Setup for CentOS 7.x


Nagios Core 4.x Setup for CentOS 7.x Nagios Core 4.x for CentOS (Red Hat, ScientificOS, Oracle Linux) v7.x setup while keeping your system running in SELinux Enforcing Mode.

Nagios Grafana Integration


Detailed tutorial video (with commands in video description) on how to connect Nagios and Nagios XI with Grafana, using InfluxDB as the database. Updated since older version is not working anymore.

NRDP for Nagios Core on CentOS 7.x


NRDP for Nagios Core on CentOS 7.x Introducing the very first of it's packaging into the CentOS/Red Hat community. A step by step guide how how to harness the power or NRDP and use it in your Nagios Environment.

NRPE for Nagios Core on CentOS 7.x


NRPE for Nagios Core on CentOS 7.x NRPE v3.x RPMs (the first of their kind at the time this blog was written) packaged up and made available for all CentOS/Red Hat systems. A step by step guide as to how to use NRPE with illustrations and detailed explanations allowing anyone to have it ...