Paul asked our Twitter followers about their favorite open-source alternatives to Nagios for monitoring system and service availability, and we listened, of course! Hear Paul’s essential enterprise network monitoring tools in this segment.
Twitter poll results for the best free or open-source enterprise network monitoring tools:
- @securityweekly Librenms (https://t.co/TqhaRFAUQH) and observium (https://t.co/8zZ92gJxDX) before that.
- @securityweekly Zabbix
- @securityweekly Zabbix.. Looking to move from 3 to 3.2
- @securityweekly Zabbix does the job
- @ThomasAraneta @securityweekly I’ve been running 3.2 and actually quite happy with its dashboarding. It’s so capabl… https://t.co/daLUSGYK46
- @securityweekly Telegraf on Linux, for BSD still zabbix
- @securityweekly They’re all pretty awful. My xp is Zabbix, Influx, Ganglia, and a few others. Favorite is not an appropriate term.
- @securityweekly Zabbix gets the job done but it isn’t very pretty
- @securityweekly Ganglia still gets the job done
- @securityweekly Homemade python scripts.
- @securityweekly https://t.co/Q03ZGxe04p (opennms)
- @securityweekly How about @opennms?
- @securityweekly Look at https://t.co/1c3bAn25jz, I love it!
- @securityweekly: User poll: Icinga !!!
@securityweekly + No incoming connections on servers, just outgoing UDP No auth of data sources; Gotta trust fire… https://t.co/3PseVoLSuq
@tmclaughbos @securityweekly Big fan of @PrometheusIO here.
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