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by David Josephsen

eBook Nagios: Building Enterprise-Grade Monitoring Infrastructures for Systems and Networks (2nd Edition) download ISBN: 013313573X
Author: David Josephsen
Publisher: Prentice Hall; 2 edition (April 11, 2013)
Language: English
Pages: 304
ePub: 1518 kb
Fb2: 1236 kb
Rating: 4.6
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Category: Technologies
Subcategory: Programming

The Fully Updated Guide to Enterprise Network Monitoring with Today’s Nagios Platform and Tools. This is the definitive guide to building cost-effective, enterprise-strength monitoring infrastructures with the latest commercial and open source versions of Nagios.

Network monitoring specialist David Josephsen goes far beyond the basics .

Josephsen introduces Nagios from the ground up, showing how to plan for success and leverage today’s most valuable monitoring best practices. Then, using practical examples, real directives, and working code, Josephsen presents detailed monitoring solutions for Windows, Unix, Linux, network equipment, and other platforms and devices. This is also the first Nagios book with comprehensive coverage of using Nagios Event Broker to transform and extend Nagios.

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The book contains best practices for building monitoring infrastructure, lessons in operational theory focused on the usage of Nagios, and practical guidance for implementing Nagios. David wrote the book in a way primarily useful for system engineers and enterprise architects, though it has information relevant to most roles in technology

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Use discount code NAGIOS40. Nagios: Building Enterprise-Grade Monitoring Infrastructures for Systems and Networks. Prentice Hall has released Nagios: Building Enterprise-Grade Monitoring Infrastructures for Systems and Networks written by David Josephsen in March of 2013. Nagios Core Administration Cookbook. Wolfgang Barth has written an excellent book on Nagios titled Nagios: System and Network Monitoring. The chapters cover a variety of topics in detail and I have no doubt that the book will act as a valuable resource to new and seasoned Nagios users alike. Check it out! Pro Nagios .

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. David Josephsen is the Director of Systems Engineering at DBG, In. where he maintains a collection of geographically dispersed server farms. Josephsen is just one of many thousands of avid Nagios users.

Drawing on his unsurpassed experience, Josephsen demonstrates best practices throughout and also reveals common mistakes, their consequences, and how to avoid them

Network monitoring specialist David Josephsen goes far beyond the basics . Books related to Building a Monitoring Infrastructure with Nagios. David Josephsen is Senior Systems Engineer at DBG, In.

This is the definitive guide to building cost-effective, enterprise-strength monitoring infrastructures with the latest commercial and open source versions of Nagios.

The Fully Updated Guide to Enterprise Network Monitoring with Today’s Nagios Platform and Tools

This is the definitive guide to building cost-effective, enterprise-strength monitoring infrastructures with the latest commercial and open source versions of Nagios. World-renowned monitoring expert David Josephsen covers the entire monitoring software stack, treating Nagios as a specification language and foundation for building well designed monitoring systems that can scale to serve any organization.

Drawing on his unsurpassed experience, Josephsen demonstrates best practices throughout and also reveals common mistakes, their consequences, and how to avoid them. He provides all the technical depth you need to configure and run Nagios successfully, including a practical and thorough discussion of writing your own custom modules with the C-based Nagios Event-Broker API.

Extensively updated throughout, this edition adds an entirely new chapter on scaling Nagios for large, complex networks that rely heavily on virtualization and cloud services. Josephsen thoroughly introduces Nagios XI, the advanced new commercial version of Nagios and shows how to improve productivity with the latest third-party tools and plug-ins.

Coverage includes:

Learn how Nagios works, in depth Master focused, efficient techniques for configuring and deploying the latest versions of Nagios Solve real-world problems in monitoring Windows and UNIX systems, networking hardware, and environmental sensors Systematically scale and optimize Nagios for the largest enterprise environments Enhance your monitoring system with new tools including Check-MK, Op5 Merlin, and SFlow Integrate visualization via Ganglia, Graphite, and RRDTool Simplify and streamline all facets of system monitoring with Nagios XI Build powerful custom Nagios Event Broker (NEB) modules, step-by-step Learn about easy-to-understand code listings, fully updated for today’s platforms

No matter how complex your systems monitoring challenges are, this book will help you achieve the results you want—right from the start.

Comments: (5)
Goltizuru
I'm delighted with Josephsen's way of organizing the subject of network monitoring and how nagios works FIRST. After studying "Learning Nagios 3.0" I was still lost as to what nagios really does. Not so anymore due to Josephsen taking on that subject while he builds the details of managing a nagios system.
At my neophyte level I can grasp the "story" of nagios better than I can the details...JD is a storyteller and a engineer...
Good job...JD
Thanks
Daizil
Great Condition.
Flamehammer
Prefect!
Usishele
Many useful examples to manage many servers for your systems. Auto generating config files and remote executions is very useful.
Gri
Excellent