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What you would learn in Nagios | Ultimate IT monitoring guide with EyesOfNetwork course?
EyesOfNetwork is a Nagios-based solution comprised of a suite of Open Source software that meets the demands of the vast crescents of Business Information Systems.
This course will show you step-by-step how to install and configure EyesOfNetwork and utilize its primary modules.
We will create a virtual complete IT system to track during this course to monitor the operation of the entire range of IT objects commonly used in real-world information systems.
This is a learn by Exemplifying course. You'll build an autonomous supervision system by taking its lessons, including an interface from which you can keep an eye over all your IT platforms from one central location.
Troubleshooting classes provide the solution to the most frequent issues you may encounter when putting the solutions in the right place.
Install EyesOfNetwork using CentOS from the ISO.
EyesOfNetwork setup and overview.
Create the IT infrastructure to keep track of Windows 10 host, Ubuntu host, Oracle database, Tomcat server, Java Virtual Machine, Docker,.. etc
How do I use NRPE?
Set up and configure NRPE client: NSClient++, JNRPE, Nagios agent
Windows related objects monitored
Tomcat-related objects are monitored
JVM related objects that monitor
TLS certificate monitoring
Oracle Database related objects monitoring
Monitoring of shared drives remotely
Monitoring of Ubuntu-related objects
Monitoring Docker containers
Make a map using Microsoft Visio
Create and set up maps using Nagvis
Set up mail notifications on EyesOfNetwork
Plus much more
Content of the Course
Installation of the EyesOfNetwork solution on a CentOS operating system.
Get the most powerful monitoring software available (Nagios, Nagvis, NagiosBP, NSClient ++,...etc.)
Develop the IT infrastructure to track
Modell any IT infrastructure using a Map
Be able to monitor any IT object (OS/Database/Router/Application servers,...etc.)
Monitor operating systems (Windows/Ubuntu: CPU, Disks, Memory, networks, users,... etc.)
Monitor Oracle database objects (connection time, tablespaces, passwords expiration,... etc.)
Monitor server applications (Tomcat Memory, Threads service, homepage,..etc.)
Nagios resources and Macros list
Utilize and understand Nagios' business processes
Adjust and fix monitoring plugins
Make yourself your scripts for monitoring
Learn and utilize the NRPE
Set up a secured NRPE (with TLS and client authentication)