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Opsview & Nagios

Posted on 2011-03-20
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Hi,

Opsview & Nagios
Are these 2 same or 2 different products
Can opsview be installed in Windows?
Whats the basic configuration needed and is it free of cost?

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Raja
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Nagios is a free solution. You can download it from www.nagios.org. It is a great tool but needs quite a few configurations. You can use centreon to configure it. http://www.centreon.com/

Centreon is a free tool that makes configuring Nagios a bit easier.

Opsview, from their website seems to be free as well. http://www.opsview.com/downloads

Havent got any experience in it though
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