So a while ago (a year) I wrote a blog post about LibreNMS being an alternative NMS. For me back then LibreNMS was already an alternative anyway but is that still the case a year later? Well without a doubt – a huge amount of things have changed in the last year with regards LibreNMS […]
So I’d planned to write this up closer to the time that alerting was to be released for LibreNMS but as I’ve recently been banned from the observium irc channel which I can only assume was done because our subscription at work has now expired, it wasn’t a couple of days ago adam was attempting to […]
So, go back 5 years and I blogged about alternatives to Nagios, comparing things like Zabbix and OpenNMS. Whilst the original blog post was about replacing nagios with an alternative which would have to provide service up/down style notifications, most of the alternatives major functionality was around graphing your network as well which is certainly one […]
Well since the post I made about Alternative Nagios software generated a bit of interest (well, one comment is a bit for this blog :)), it made me want to try out the software mentioned again to see how it fairs against Nagios which has been my monitoring software of choice for a considerable amount […]
Comparing a few of the network monitoring applications available.