The Network Hub

Nov 5 2009   11:28PM GMT

Open source network monitoring tools: Benefits and a few challenges

rivkalittle Rivka Little Profile: rivkalittle

Network monitoring tools have grown over the past couple of years to meet the needs of networking engineers, but often nothing fits the bill quite like an open source tool that enables tailor-made configuration and parameters. Still, these tools can also lead network engineers to be mired in development.

For The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, using Nagios to develop open source network monitoring has led to cost savings and efficiency — along with a couple of challenges. This week at the Large Installation System Administration (LISA) Conference in Baltimore, Adam Augustine, talked to SearchNetworking about using open source tools for network monitoring.

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