[olug] Nagios still the coolness?
sjmadel at gmail.com
Tue Dec 21 19:51:31 UTC 2010
OpenNMS works pretty good and is pretty easy to reconfigure as long as
you do your research and set it up correctly from the get go. You can
also pay for a support contract, and they will come out and get it set
up with you and teach you the ins and outs. I think it took us about
a month or so of real worktime to get it up and running to a point
where we understood what it was doing, and how it all worked together.
Also, a lot of the actual developers/admins of the software itself
hang out and answer questions on their IRC channel. (#opennms on
On Tue, Dec 21, 2010 at 1:25 PM, Kevin <sharpestmarble at gmail.com> wrote:
> The question is how much time does it take to get configured to a point
> that, when you have to change something, you don't dread it? I think that
> Nations isn't too bad in that regard. At the only place where we deployed
> monitoring on any scale also deployed Zenoss. I did like that it was very
> easy to add a new host; just give it the new host's IP address and Zenoss
> will do a lot, needing you just to tell it what groups it's a member of. But
> beyond that, we didn't know how it worked; it was too much of a black box.
> You punched in some numbers and it did its thing.
> On Dec 21, 2010 1:05 PM, "Steve Madel" <sjmadel at gmail.com> wrote:
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