Icinga

Nuremberg, Germany
2009
Aug 5, 2020   |  By admin
Fan of the Icinga DSL? We’ve got a couple new things for you. Now you can use the DSL to grab templates from your configuration, and we’ve also added support for a ternary operator and Lambda closures.
Jul 22, 2020   |  By Blerim Sheqa
In late 2019 we were running our first ever user survey on Icinga. We always strive to get to know our users and their requirements better. Our goal for the survey was to get a general understanding about how Icinga is being used. The results are very interesting for us and will help us to make decisions. Today we want to share the results of the survey.
Jul 16, 2020   |  By Ravi Srinivasa
Permissions and restrictions are something used to control how much access is provided to a particular user or user group. Therefore one must first understand what is the role of a user or a group. Here, you will understand permissions and restrictions through configuring users, user groups and roles. They can either be created using configuration files or web interface. When the Icinga Web 2 is installed a default user with admin access is configured.
Jul 10, 2020   |  By Luis Contreras
The easiest way to get started with Icinga is a single-node installation. If you are new to the Icinga world, here you have a kickstart for installing Icinga 2, Icinga Web 2 and Icinga Director on CentOS 7. With these steps you will have a ready Icinga environment for monitoring your infrastructure.
Jul 2, 2020   |  By Henrik Triem
Learning about the Icinga API can be an eye opening moment for some, and lead to a path of automation and configuration management. But where to start? Well, you can always check out the Icinga API documentation for that. But today, I have an idea for you – I’ll show you how to create a host through the Icinga 2 API.
Jun 24, 2020   |  By nhilverling
Getting started using Icinga in a single node setup can already be quite a challenge for new users. Configuring checks on multiple nodes can seem at lot harder. With this blog post I will show you how easy it is to configure hosts and services in such an environment. In this example our cluster will consist of one master and two agents and we will use the command endpoint method to execute checks on our agents.
Jun 11, 2020   |  By Yonas Habteab
Icinga Web is equipped with various features to create and manage custom views in dashboards. We’ve taken not that many users are missing some features for dashboards, like drag and drop and a better sharing functionality. To meet those needs we set ourselves the goal to increase the overall flexibility of dashboards and to add new features that improve the management and sharing functionality.
Jun 10, 2020   |  By Sukhwinder Dhillon
We always welcome feedback from you to make Icinga even better. Many Icinga users have expressed the opinion that they would like to have a rememberme checkbox on the login page of Icinga Web so that they don’t have to log in every time they visit Icinga Web We have worked on this new feature especially during the Home-Office and plan to release it in the next release of Icinga Web.
Oct 25, 2019   |  By icinga
Icinga 2.11 has been released a while back. We would like to talk about the challenges encountered during the development process with many more personal insights.
Mar 22, 2019   |  By icinga
Monitoring is important – but as your company grows it becomes harder to keep an eye on all the different moving parts. As the times roll by and the company grows new technologies are being added to the stack and it’s essential to make sure those can be monitored reliably out there in the wild. We want to share how we transformed monitoring from a one man job to something every developer and Product Manager cares about and actively participates in.
Mar 22, 2019   |  By icinga
This talk gives a quick overview of Kibana Canvas. First we are exporting some Icinga data to Elasticsearch and then we will turn to the special capabilities of Canvas — a new component of Kibana. It is both powerful and also a bit scary initially, since all you have is a white canvas on which you can arrange visualizations, logos, texts,… any way you want. We put together some screens, which are live updating and still ready for management.
Mar 22, 2019   |  By icinga
The performance of ICT services (e.g. popular ERP network applications) fluctuate over time: they can be affected by latencies or downtimes. This is due to a variety of factors such as the number of user connections, the quality of software optimization, the balancing of hardware resources, etc.
Mar 22, 2019   |  By icinga
A brief introduction into upcoming projects and plans in the Icinga universe.
Mar 22, 2018   |  By icinga
There are many tools and possibilities available in the Icinga monitoring ecosystem. It isn't just checks and notifications anymore. Visualize what's going on, collect metrics with Graphite, InfluxDB and Grafana. Correlate log events with monitoring alerts in Elastic/Graylog. Don't forget about ticket systems and fancy office dashboards too.
Mar 22, 2018   |  By icinga
Over the last couple of years many things have changed in the Icinga universe. From introducing new features and components to integrating a variety of other tools of your monitoring stack. And of course there is already some big stuff on our roadmap for the future I would like to share.
Mar 22, 2018   |  By icinga
How to set NSClient++ up to send alerts to Icinga, Event and file Logs to Elastic, and metrics graphite from a Windows Machine... And just to make things a bit challenging we are going to do this on potentially hundreds of hosts without any manual configuration!

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.