The latest Nagios XI, Network Analyzer, and Log Server – Amazon EC2 cloud images have been pushed out to the following additional location:
The Nagios cloud images are an excellent opportunity to leverage the capabilities of Nagios XI, Network Analyzer, and Log Server in your environment without having the upfront expense of dedicated hardware and maintaining the ability to upgrade your system with virtually zero downtime.
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If you are currently using both Nagios XI and Nagios Network Analyzer, the release of Nagios XI 2014 has made it very easy to add Nagios Network Analyzer reports in XI. All you need to do is to configure the Network Analyzer Component in Nagios XI. Here’s how you do it:
- From the Nagios XI Web interface, click on the Admin menu, then click on the Manage Components menu.
- Find the Nagios Network Analyzer Component and click on the Edit Settings button.
- Click the Add a Server button.
- Enter the required information, and click Apply Settings.
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We are pleased to announce that you can now easily launch your Nagios Network Analyzer™ monitoring server in the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2). We have clean CentOS 6 images with Nagios Network Analyzer™ pre-installed available for public and customer use. This makes it extremely easy for Nagios Network Analyzer administrators to start additional servers without the need to procure or invest in hardware. Additionally, those wishing to demo Nagios Network Analyzer can easily do so using the cloud.
Nagios Network Analyzer is a commercial-grade network flow data analysis solution that provides organizations with extended insight into their IT infrastructure and network traffic. Network Analyzer allows you to be proactive in resolving outages, abnormal behavior, and security threats before they affect critical business processes. Continue reading ‘Nagios Network Analyzer Available in Amazon EC2 Cloud’