Full Nagios Monitoring Compatibility

Don't lose all that hard work, Opsview Monitor has full 100% compatibility with any Nagios plugin or integration. We even offer premade Opspacks so all the work is done for you. Check out our technologies and integrations here.

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How to Migrate from Nagios Pain Free

When it comes to migrating from Nagios to Opsview, there is no reason to be apprehensive. We've created a guide to help you with the process, enabling a smooth transition, meaning you can be experiencing all the benefits in no time.

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Fully Featured and Built to Scale

Context Sensitive Navigation

Context Sensitive Navigation

How many clicks does it take you to get your data? Opsview Monitor is designed to find exactly what you need in no more than two clicks. With context sensitive navigation, you can investigate, annotate, and even troubleshoot, without navigating away from any screen.

Cloud Monitoring Capabilities

Opsview Monitor's Cloud monitoring tools and accompanying capabilities, with the addition of award-winning coverage for physical and virtual systems, delivers a 360° view of your entire infrastructure in real-time. Monitor the cloud with ease.
Cloud Monitoring Capabilities
Dashboards & Visualizations

Dashboards & Visualizations

Our customizable dashboards provide a visual representation of your complete IT infrastructure. Take various elements of Opsview Monitor, such as graphs, event tables and visual process maps, configuring them to meet your needs. Quickly see and identify issues so you can ensure the fastest resolution.

The Enterprise Alternative to Open Source

The Opsview Difference

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Bringing Nagios from good to great

"There are a number of advanced monitoring platforms built on Nagios, but it wasn’t until we came across Opsview that we saw a solution that was so simple to use, with dashboards and reporting that are so easy to configure"
-Diraj Goel, Director of IT at Vision Critical

Customers who made the switch from Nagios

Cornell University