Setting up Nagios 4 monitoring
What you'll learn
- Set up a Nagios server on Red Hat or Centos
- Set up a Nagios server on Ubuntu
- Connect to a Linux server to monitor it
- Connect to a Windows server to monitor it
- Basic understanding of Linux
- Basic understanding of Windows
- A Linux workstation or server you can use to practice
In this course you will learn how to set up a Nagios 4 server on both Red Hat based and Ubuntu based Linux servers. For Red Hat and CentOS you will learn to install from both source and from packages. With Ubuntu you will learn how to install from source (there are no packages available for Nagios 4 for Debian based systems).
You will also learn how to connect your Nagios server to both Linux and Windows servers for basic monitoring.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who wants to learn how to set up a Nagios server and connect remote machines to be monitored
Hi, I am Rusty, and I am the Atomic Super Geek. I have worked in computers for over 30 years. I have worked as a network administrator, identity security engineer, network systems engineer, systems architect, and computer networking instructor. I have obtained a number of computer certifications over the years. Along with my computer certifications I also hold an MBA.
My goal is to share with you the skills I have learned over the years, and have helped me develop a very successful computer career.