Nagios Core Scalability

Ahmed-Amin
Software Engineer at a transportation company with 10,001+ employees
We're only currently using Nagios Core on one to ten servers. In the future, we may add more nodes. View full review »
Manoj Nair
Tech Specialist at select softwares
My old instance still runs on a Esxi VM with zero support on the hypervisor or the Nagios system its just a 2GB vRAM and single vCPU with about 40 GB storage and handles about 70 odd hosts and runs just fine apart from the log files maintenance its easy View full review »
Robert Burchfield
Strategic Staffing Solutions at a retailer with 1,001-5,000 employees
So far, it has met our needs. As far as I know, from reading blogs and the like, it can go to many more servers and even multiple data centers. It seems like it's pretty scalable. View full review »
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Shawn Brito
Senior Systems Architect at Rezgateway
No scalability issues, though it is a bit slow due to latency. However, after tweaking the Nagios and off-loading the graphing to NPCD, I was able to scale the Nagios to more than 5000 services checks with 0.5s latency. View full review »
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