Über den Autor
James Turnbull is the author of Hardening Linux. He is an IT&T Security Consultant at the Commonwealth Bank of Australia. He is an experienced infrastructure architect with a background in Linux/Unix, AS/400, Windows, and Storage systems. He has been involved in security consulting, infrastructure security design, SLA & support services design, and business application support.
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Real-world configurations and supporting materials enable you to deploy Nagios and integrate other tools on a step-by-step basis
Simplifies deployment and installation by providing examples of real-world monitoring situations and explains how to configure, architect, and deploy EM solutions to address these situations
Shows how to create your own Nagios plug-ins, to monitor devices for which Nagios doesn't provide plug-ins
Nagios 2.0 Administration explains how to install and administer Nagios, and architect Nagios installations. The book also covers how to deploy agents and plug-ins, and monitor a variety of different assets. These assets include applications across a variety of platforms and operating systems, Additional topics include security, redundancy and failover, integration with other tools (like MRTG and Snort), and plug-in development.