Our expertise in enterprise-level monitoring with Nagios comes with the most advanced, and efficient implementation
of Nagios available.
We can provide you with on-premise monitoring expertise or cloud monitoring for not only back-end server monitoring but also business process
monitoring. That's right, business processes, SLA reporting, ticketing, work flows, financial pipelines, all can all be monitored
just like servers.
We can provide integrations of Nagios with other third-party systems, like JIRA, and PagerDuty, or provide you with our own resources
to provide managed services of monitoring all of your systems, freeing up your internal resources and providing you with
24x7x365 monitoring and alerting. When used with other monitoring and notification work flows we can bring you a robust, cost-saving
open-source monitoring solution that works uniquely and efficiently for your organization.
If you are interested in our latest innovation, Cloud Director For Nagios,
take a peek at the next generation prototype of how to do open source monitoring with Nagios. CDFN is a working prototype that can generate as many Nagios instance configs as you like,
and generate Puppet code to make it work. It offers a way to prototype your configurations without ever having to touch a live instance of Nagios.
CDFN will soon have the capability to generate Ansible code, as well as TerraForm code for deployments. This combination of code generation can offer large enterprises the
opportunity to create template configurations that can be easily adapted to a wide variety of environments. This is only possible because of the flexibility of Nagios, and
the combination of these other tools.
Along with CDFN, we also have ready-made, purpose-built agents that work with CDFN to provide your enterprise with endless fail-over monitoring, and endless endpoints for logging and graphing.
With our agents you can not only emit to N number of Nagios servers, but also N number of graphing servers. Our agents currently are set up for Graphite/Grafana, but they are
all easily adaptable for the Elastic stack, or Splunk, or any combination. The only limit is your imagination. The other cool thing is that our approach is completely decoupled from the
monolithic approach so many other monitoring softwares, including Nagios XI, use to implement Nagios. We have reduced the footprint to allow increased performance without increased
Our approach also avoids the lock-in scenarios typically found in Nagios configurations that were done without training or experience. Your organization may actually be using only HALF
of the Nagios features available. The irony is that the half you do need to use you probably don't know about and the half you ARE using is severely limiting your monitoring. This also
means that enterprise monitoring of business processes are completely absent, and they too can be monitored just like servers.
CDFN is currently being used in-house to generate custom configurations for our end-clients, where we provide the finished output to the end client. CDFN is not yet stable, and it
is our intention to bring a completely refactored product to the market with the help of investors. If you are interested in the next steps of investing with us, please contact us
at CDFN Investors.