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IT Infrastructure Monitoring Market

September 16th, 2016 2 comments

β€œIT Infrastructure Monitoring Market: Global Industry Analysis and Forecast 2016 – 2024,”. The global IT infrastructure monitoring market value is anticipated to increase from US$ 19.24 Bn in 2015 to US$ 34.1 Bn by 2024, expanding at a CAGR of 6.6% during the forecast period (2016–2024).

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check aws elb hosts

September 2nd, 2013 1 comment

This scripts counts how many active instances are inService of a AWS ElasticLoadBalancer (ELB).

The code is based on a simple API call via bash
elb-describe-instance-health

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vote for best monitoring tool

January 12th, 2012 1 comment

Show your love for Nagios by voting in the poll! NOTE: If you haven’t participated on the LQ forum, before you’ll have to create an account and post a new message before you can vote.

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Upgrade Centreon to 2.1.8

July 12th, 2010 No comments

Upgrade Centreon to 2.1.8

wget http://download.centreon.com/index.php?id=140
tar -zxvf centreon-2.1.8.tar.gz
cd centreon-2.1.8
bash install.sh -u /etc/centreon
(INFO, find / -name instCent*.conf will show u the directory)

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Centreon Distributed Monitoring (v2)

November 24th, 2009 2 comments

Nagios / Centreon Distributed Monitoring – Clustering

Document referral to my original post on same subject

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Centreon Distributed Monitoring

July 30th, 2009 6 comments

Nagios / Centreon Distributed Monitoring – Clustering

Document referral to Centreon Wiki

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Upgrade nagios 3.0.3 to 3.0.6

July 21st, 2009 No comments

Upgrading From Previous Nagios 3.x Releases

As newer alpha, beta, and stable releases of Nagios 3.x are released, you should strongly consider upgrading as soon as possible. Newer releases usually contain critical bug fixes, so its important to stay up to date. Assuming you’ve already installed Nagios from source code as described in the quickstart guide, you can install newer versions of Nagios 3.x easily.
You don’t even need root access to do it, as everything that needed to be done as root was done during the initial install. Here’s the upgrade process…

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