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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New to Nagios XI 2014, is the ability to generate reports based on service level agreement (SLA) statistics. In addition to the already included Availability Report, the SLA Report gives you the ability to prove, via already monitored hosts and services within your Nagios system, that you are meeting or exceeding those pesky up-time agreements.
As per traditional Nagios XI reporting capabilities, there are a wide variety of included time periods that will fit most use cases, as well as the ability to generate reports based on custom time periods. Reports can also be filtered by Host, Hostgroup, and Servicegroup for maximum flexibility when only specific hosts and services need to have reports generated. The final important aspect when generating a report is the modifiable SLA Target value. This allows you up to 5 points of precision when generating reports and can fully calculate the five 9s(99.999%) used in so many cases.
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