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Monitoring the Unknown in the Service Manager

Nearly every operating system comes with at least one kind of service management. On a Unix-based operating system, this is historically part of the init system. While the specific tools have matured over time and there are changes between operating systems, they are essentially used to orchestrate both operating system services and user services. Specifically, a service manager ensures that, e.g., a web server is started once the network is configured and available.

Icinga 2 API and debug console

Have you ever experienced configuration issues, such as notifications not being sent as expected or apply rules not matching all expected objects, probably due to an incorrectly set custom variable? Icinga 2 has several options to assist you in such situations. Last time, Julian demonstrated how to analyse such problems using the icinga2 object list command. Today I will show you how to interactively investigate your problem using the mighty Icinga 2 debug console.

Photowatt, a French EDF group subsidiary trusts Icinga

We take pride in our diverse range of customers and users worldwide who trust Icinga for their monitoring needs. That’s why we’re showcasing some of these enterprises with their Success stories. It’s stories from companies or organizations just like yours, of any size and different kinds of industries.

Introducing our new Roadmap Page

Hey there, fellow open-source enthusiasts! At Icinga, we’ve always been committed to transparency, community engagement, and continuous improvement. That’s why we’re excited to introduce a new page on our website that will provide you with insights into the future direction of our project. Check out our brand new Roadmap page! So, what exactly is our Roadmap Page all about? 1. Transparency: We believe in keeping our community informed every step of the way.