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Step-by-step – Nagios 4 Installation in Fedora 35

September 12, 2021 | By the+gnu+linux+evangelist.

GNU/Linux Fedora 35 Installing Nagios 4 – QuickStart Guide

Hi! The Tutorial shows you Step-by-Step How to Install Nagios Core 4.x in GNU/Linux Fedora 35 Desktops.

And Nagios 4 for Fedora 35 is a Powerful Monitoring System that enables Organizations to Identify and Resolve IT Infrastructure Problems before they affect Critical Business Processes.

Moreover, the Nagios Workflow Management Features are:

  • Monitoring: IT staff configure Nagios to monitor critical IT infrastructure components
  • Alerting: Nagios sends alerts when critical infrastructure components fail and recover
  • Response: IT staff can acknowledge alerts and begin resolving outages and investigating security alerts immediately
  • Reporting: Reports provide a historical record of outages, events, notifications, and alert response for later review
  • Maintenance: Scheduled downtime prevents alerts during scheduled maintenance and upgrade windows
  • Planning: Trending and capacity planning graphs and reports allow you to identify necessary infrastructure upgrades before failures occur.

Finally, this guide includes detailed instructions about to Getting-Started with Nagios 4 on Fedora.

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  1. 1. Launching Terminal

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