Icinga

Nuremberg, Germany
2009
Jun 30, 2022   |  By Bernd Erk
We couldn’t be happier and are proud to announce the final release of Icinga DB today. After many years of development and one or the other setback on the way to the release, we are proud to finally hand you the final version of Icinga DB for your monitoring environment.
Jun 1, 2022   |  By Ravi Srinivasa
No, it is not! How can it possibly be dead? In my opinion, monitoring is some thing very important for building a successful IT infrastructure. If monitoring is dead for an IT infrastructure then either that infrastructure already does not exist; or it is so powerful that problems like failure, errors, utilisation issues etc never occurs in the IT infrastructure which is literally not possible.
May 25, 2022   |  By Julian Brost
It is always helpful to know which version you are running of some software, even more so when running development versions. So it’s good if software is able to tell you its version, for example by calling it with --version. For release versions, maintaining this information by hand is feasible, but in order for development versions to show exact revision information, you need some automation, otherwise updating it will be forgotten, leaving you with wrong information.
May 11, 2022   |  By Blerim Sheqa
The health of your systems and applications is fundamental for your organization’s infrastructure. Monitoring them indicates if there are any issues that need to be handled before they become serious and affect your customers. This is why companies often use a plethora of monitoring tools that can spot any irregularities as early as possible. Icinga allows you to monitor a lot of different metrics throughout your ecosystem, with various plugins that are ready-to-use.
May 3, 2022   |  By Christian Stein
Today we are happy to announce that we are releasing Icinga for Windows v1.9.0. This release cycle is the biggest one yet, because we are releasing new versions for everything! This includes
Apr 12, 2022   |  By Feu Mourek
We have decided to make some short educational videos about Icinga, and today we will be releasing the first one: Why Icinga? In these videos we want to explain the Whys and Whats and Hows around Icinga in a way that is accessible to anyone who is interested. So Why do you want to use Icinga? Monitoring is the foundation you want to build your infrastrastructure on.
Apr 7, 2022   |  By Feu Mourek
Ansible is a commonly known tool to easily automate deployments in infrastructures, its configuration is based on YAML and is able to scale in big environments. Icinga 2 provides its own secure agent to monitor hosts, high available satellite zones and monitoring configuration. To manage this monitoring environment we introduce you to the ansible-collection-icinga, this collection can install Icinga 2 server, configure monitoring and deploy Icinga 2 agents in your infrastructure.
Apr 1, 2022   |  By Feu Mourek
Some would say, it’s “just” a release. We say it’s revolutionary. Never seen before. One of a kind. Exceptional. Why, you wonder? Because we have reinvented monitoring.
Mar 30, 2022   |  By Sukhwinder Dhillon
The Graphite module of Icingaweb2 is a great tool for rendering graphs from performance data. The latest version 1.2.0 introduces some bug fixes and new features like dark and light mode support, a lot of new templates, support for path wildcard, etc. The support for wildcard * was already available in the previous version. We have extended this support and added all the wildcards that graphite offers.
Mar 24, 2022   |  By Henrik Triem
While doing packaging for Icinga, I noticed we have a lot of YAML files describing GitLab pipelines doing very similar jobs. The same build job across different operating systems. That’s wasteful behaviour, which leads to a bigger workload when it comes to modifying these jobs. Tasks like adding new versions and especially adding new operating systems become tedious. What I’m looking for is a way to have interchangeable values for our building jobs.
Apr 12, 2022   |  By Icinga
Why should you monitor you systems with Icinga?
Feb 3, 2022   |  By Icinga
We would like to share with you all the news around Icinga for Windows v1.8.0, which will be released on February 8th 2022 and provide a Q&A to get you started!
Dec 15, 2021   |  By Icinga
AMA Responses: Icinga Web 2.
Nov 17, 2021   |  By Icinga

00:10 Will there be any further Windows development in Icinga 2 except for the Windows agent part?

01:10 Are the Windows plugins considered to be deprecated?

02:12 Is it possible to only have the Icinga agent and the plugins without having the whole Icinga for Windows framework?

Nov 5, 2021   |  By Icinga

00:10 Why are there some issues and PRs that have not been looked at for some time?

01:34 Are there plans to increase the number of people working on the Director?

Nov 2, 2021   |  By Icinga
The questions answered here.
Oct 29, 2021   |  By Icinga
The questions answered here.
Oct 25, 2021   |  By Icinga
The questions answered here.
Sep 2, 2021   |  By Icinga
We would like to share with you all the news around Icinga for Windows v1.6.0, which will be released on September 7th and provide a Q&A to get you started! #Icinga #IcingaForWindows
Mar 2, 2021   |  By Icinga
Today we are very excited to share with you our new experimental feature for Icinga for Windows: The Management Console Our goal with this feature is to make the entire configuration and management of the Icinga Agent as well as the installation, distribution and automation as easy as possible - for all Icinga for Windows components. Let us know what you think about this feature!

Monitor your network, servers and applications in a secure and reliable way. Keep an eye on your infrastructure and stay up-to-date with current issues.

Icinga is an enterprise grade open source monitoring system which keeps watch over networks and any conceivable network resource, notifies the user of errors and recoveries and generates performance data for reporting. Scalable and extensible, Icinga can monitor complex, large environments across dispersed locations.

Icinga is a fork of Nagios® and is backward compatible. So, Nagios® configurations, plugins and addons can all be used with Icinga. Though Icinga retains all the existing features of its predecessor, it builds on them to add many long awaited patches and features requested by the user community.