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Easy to use web front-end for NAGIOS / ICINGA also CD installer

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A PHP/MySQL web front-end for Nagios 2.x / 3.x and ICINGA setup. With the ability to add/remove/edit the config items. The web front-end for NAGIOS has the ability to test the config. We want to build a simple possibility to find and show all the features in NAGIOS / ICINGA..
A installation CD for the complete Monitoring System is available at our website.

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  • Support for Nagios / ICINGA
  • templates
  • servicegroups


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English, French, German

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