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  |  By Angelika Bang
We take pride in our diverse range of customers and users worldwide who trust Icinga for their monitoring needs. That’s why we’re showcasing some of these enterprises with their Success stories. It’s stories from companies or organizations just like yours, of any size and different kinds of industries.
  |  By Blerim Sheqa
Hey there, fellow open-source enthusiasts! At Icinga, we’ve always been committed to transparency, community engagement, and continuous improvement. That’s why we’re excited to introduce a new page on our website that will provide you with insights into the future direction of our project. Check out our brand new Roadmap page! So, what exactly is our Roadmap Page all about? 1. Transparency: We believe in keeping our community informed every step of the way.
  |  By Jan Schuppik
In the dynamic realm of monitoring Kubernetes clusters, effective visualization is paramount for gaining insights into system health and performance. One versatile tool that has gained prominence in this domain is Scalable Vector Graphics (SVGs). In this blog post, we’ll delve into the usage of SVGs, explore different implementation methods, weigh the pros and cons, and discuss why they are indispensable for monitoring Kubernetes with Icinga2.
  |  By Julian Brost
Today, I want to showcase an old, but still very useful, tool when it comes to analyzing and debugging an Icinga 2 configuration: the icinga2 object list command. It can be helpful in a variety of situations, for example when you want to verify that a config change has the desired effect, but also for finding out where something is set in the configuration.
  |  By Ravi Srinivasa
For users using monitoring module, migrating their custom dashboards, navigation items and permissions and restrictions to Icinga DB Web has been made easier with the recent Icinga DB Web release (v1.1.1) through its migrate command. Once Icinga DB Web has been upgraded to v1.1.1, run the command icingacli icingadb migrate --help to see the avaliable actions under migrate command and what each action does.
  |  By Jonada Hoxha
Monitoring your systems is like having a superhero keeping an eye on your digital realm. And when it comes to superheroes in the world of monitoring, Icinga takes center stage. But did you know that Icinga becomes even mightier with the help of components? In this post, we’re going to unveil the top three Icinga components that are not just cool but downright essential for your monitoring game.
  |  By Angelika Bang
In the dynamic landscape of IT services, staying ahead of the curve is not just a strategy but a necessity. For IT service providers already consulting clients on monitoring solutions, taking the next step to engage in an official partnership with Icinga can be a transformative move. Let’s explore the reasons why such a partnership can elevate your service offering and provide substantial benefits for both your business and your clients.
  |  By Alexander Klimov
In our community forum Michael already outlined the possibility to operate Icinga 2 with an external certification authority, not the one Icinga 2 generates by itself. Thomas, one of our NETWAYS colleagues, reported his experience in that field: in short, it’s easy to mess up lots of things and hard to debug them. And I absolutely agree. At the moment I’m reading TLS Mastery from Michael W. Lucas.
  |  By Angelika Bang
We are proud of our many customers and users around the globe that trust Icinga for critical IT infrastructure monitoring. That´s why we´re now showcasing some of these enterprises with their Success stories. It´s stories from companies or organizations just like yours, of any size and different kinds of industries. Some of them are our long-standing customers, others have just recently profited from migrating from another solution to Icinga.
  |  By Yonas Habteab
Yes! It’s true! As of today, we are announcing the general availability of Icinga Reporting in version 1.0. You can find all issues related to this release on our Roadmap. Please also refer to the corresponding upgrade section in the documentation.
  |  By Icinga
We're having a special guest on our YouTube channel, who is going to have a look at Icinga Web in terms of screen reader compliance, foreground-background contrasts, and more! He's also going to share some tips on how to build your software with accessibility in mind and how to run some tests yourself.
  |  By Icinga
We tackled the question "Why is montioring important?" before, now it is time to take a look at Icinga.
  |  By Icinga
Learn more about why monitoring mattes and how we can help you.
  |  By Icinga
Meerkat is an Open Source dashboarding tool, written in Go and javascript. It allow users to drag and drop Icinga API objects onto a background, plays sounds and even embed videos. Dave will give a tour of its features and a guide on setup and usage, with real-world examples.
  |  By Icinga
In recent years, the number of servers, virtual machines, services, applications, etc. that our customers and users monitor with Icinga has increased significantly. For very large environments, the IDO can be a performance bottleneck. With Icinga DB we’ve rethought everything to allow users to monitor massive amounts of data and bring exclusive features that weren’t possible before.
  |  By Icinga
During the past months we’ve been in direct contact with enterprises to understand their Icinga story. As result we created multiple customer stories which differ in their use case. I want to exemplify how Icinga meets different requirements of organizations and helps them cover their monitoring demands.
  |  By Icinga
Why should you monitor you systems with Icinga?
  |  By Icinga
We would like to share with you all the news around Icinga for Windows v1.8.0, which will be released on February 8th 2022 and provide a Q&A to get you started!
  |  By Icinga
AMA Responses: Icinga Web 2.
  |  By Icinga

00:10 Will there be any further Windows development in Icinga 2 except for the Windows agent part?

01:10 Are the Windows plugins considered to be deprecated?

02:12 Is it possible to only have the Icinga agent and the plugins without having the whole Icinga for Windows framework?

Monitor your network, servers and applications in a secure and reliable way. Keep an eye on your infrastructure and stay up-to-date with current issues.

Icinga is an enterprise grade open source monitoring system which keeps watch over networks and any conceivable network resource, notifies the user of errors and recoveries and generates performance data for reporting. Scalable and extensible, Icinga can monitor complex, large environments across dispersed locations.

Icinga is a fork of Nagios® and is backward compatible. So, Nagios® configurations, plugins and addons can all be used with Icinga. Though Icinga retains all the existing features of its predecessor, it builds on them to add many long awaited patches and features requested by the user community.