The future for Nagios in the enterprise is certainly bright! Nagios 3 Enterprise Network Monitoring can help you harness the full power of Nagios in your organization. Nagios 3 contains many significant new features and updates, and this book details them all for you. Once up and running, you'll see how a number of useful add-ons and enhancements for Nagios can extend the functionality of Nagios throughout your organization. And, if you want to learn how to write your own plugins...this is the book for you! In these pages you'll find a cookbook-style chapter full of useful plugins that monitor a variety of devices, from HTTP-based applications to CPU utilization to LDAP servers and more. * Complete Case Study Demonstrates how to Deploy Nagios Globally in an Enterprise Network * Monitor Third Party Hardware Devices with NagiosIn the largest organizations, there may be multiple administrators, semi-privileged accounts, and a read-only account. ... While Nagios does not directly support LDAP, a number of LDAP modules for Apache can be used to authenticate users, including ... We will first discuss a very common scenario in which there is a central Nagios installation used to monitor a single local site and several remote sites.
|Title||:||Nagios 3 Enterprise Network Monitoring|
|Author||:||Max Schubert, Derrick Bennett, Jonathan Gines, Andrew Hay, John Strand|
|Publisher||:||Syngress - 2008-07-04|