Nagios vs Turbonomic

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Nagios
Based on 69 reviews.
Turbonomic
Based on 203 reviews.
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Overview
Nagios, an open-source computer-software application, monitors systems, networks and infrastructure. Nagios offers monitoring and alerting services for servers, switches, applications and services. It alerts users when things go wrong and alerts them a second time when the problem has been resolved. Ethan Galstad and a group of developers originally wrote Nagios as NetSaint. As of 2015 "Agios" also transliterates the Greek word, which means "saint".
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Sample Customers
Nagios XI: Nagios has over one million users globally, including AOL, DHL, McAfee, MCI, MTV, Yahoo!, Universal, Toshiba, Sony, Siemens, and JPMorgan Chase.
Nagios Core: Airbnb, Cisco, PayPal, FanDuel
Nagios Fusion: NuBlue, St.Elisabeth Hospital, Akamit Systems, National Radio Astronomy Observatory, ValueClick, Sunrise Banks
Nagios Log Server: IBM, impulse, wipro, comteco
SevOne: Adobe, Aflac, BT, Comcast, eBay, EA, Go Daddy, Liberty Global, Telstra, TMobile, Spark, Starhub, SKY, UBS
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Computer Software Company
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Media Company
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Government
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Computer Software Company
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Comms Service Provider
22%
Retailer
5%
Financial Services Firm
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