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Project Summary

NConf is a PHP based web-tool for configuring the Nagios monitoring software. It differs from similar tools by offering enterprise-class features like templates, dependencies and the ability to configure a large-scale, distributed Nagios server topology.

Main features:

- effortlessly maintain a distributed Nagios topology
- user-friendly web-GUI based on jQuery
- host & service templates
- service to hostgroup assignment
- host- & service-dependencies, auto-generated service dependencies
- graphical parent/child relationship viewer
- multiple authentication modes (LDAP, AD, SQL, local)
- deployment mechanism supports multiple protocols (SCP, rsync, HTTPs, local)
- Nagios config import
- CSV file import / export
- Perl database API
- data schema customizable and extendable via the GUI

Tags

administration configuration configuration_management enterprise linux management monitoring mysql nagios nagiosplugin perl php sysadmin system_administration system-management tool tools web

In a Nutshell, NConf - Enterprise Nagios configurator...

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PHP
48%
Perl
20%
HTML
16%
4 Other
16%

30 Day Summary

Aug 30 2022 — Sep 29 2022

12 Month Summary

Sep 29 2021 — Sep 29 2022

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