Nagios XI Other Solutions Considered

Bruce Vining
Technology Innovator and Entrepreneur at a tech services company
I am familiar with other pricey pay-for network monitoring solutions. The Nagios Core solution is an open source and free product and allows customers to get their feet wet without doling out tens, if not hundreds, of thousands of dollars for a product they may not like. The pay-for solutions provide ample customer support, but if one is willing to pull up a chair and learn the Nagios solution from the ground up, it is well worth the time, versus extensive dollars, investment. And Nagios is highly customizable by the end-user. View full review »
Nick Vidiadakis
System Administrator at a hospitality company
Before going to Nagios XI (commercial, meaning with support), because of the relationship my company had with Microsoft, I evaluated also SCOM. As with Nagios, I went through the whole installation and configuration process. Because of my previous knowledge, I directly compared it with Nagios, and the latter won, hands down. View full review »
Yunus Shaikh
Principal Engineer at a tech vendor with 1,001-5,000 employees
Nope, but I know the other monitoring tools which are paid as well as the open source. I like Nagios in comparison to them. View full review »
Dario Leon
Director - Consultor Senior Unix/Linux - Freelance at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
I evaluated Zenoss, Zabbix, SolarWinds, and other solutions. View full review »
Harshvardhan Dave
Nagios Technical Expert at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
We evaluated ManageEngine, Solar Winds, Idera and Check_MK. View full review »
Krish Sastry
Distributed Systems Architect at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
HPE Operations Manager. View full review »

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