Adagios is a Web-based Nagios configuration interface built to be simple and intuitive in design, exposing less of the clutter under the hood of Nagios. It has a REST interface for both status and configuration data as well a feature complete status interface that can be used as an alternative to the Nagios Web interface.
The Business Objects XI Monitoring plug-in is a software package for monitoring the operation and usage of BusinessObjects XI and Crystal Reports servers. It works with the widely used infrastructure management frameworks, Nagios, HP OpenView, and IBM Tivoli. The plugin is able to check scheduled and manual report runs, measure execution times, and evaluate and eliminate errors before business processes are severely impacted.
Check_MK is a complex addon for Nagios/Icinga and consists of three subprojects. The check and inventory system Check_MK is a general purpose Nagios plugin for retrieving data. It adopts a new approach for collecting data and obsoletes NRPE, check_by_ssh, NSClient, and check_snmp. It features a significant reduction of CPU use on the Nagios host and automatic inventory of items to be checked, and is especially useful with larger Nagios installations. "MK Livestatus" gives immediate and fast access to live and historic Nagios status data. It's a supported backend for many addons including NagVis, NagiosBP, and Thruk. "Check_MK Multisite" is a feature complete replacement for the Nagios GUI, and uses MK Livestatus as a backend. It is very fast, and supports efficient distributed monitoring.
CoffeeSaint is a Java application that shows the status of Nagios (version 1 up to 3 and the newer XI) on a screen. It can, if there are no errors, display a Webcam feed. If an error status occurs, it can play a sound. One can configure it to display certain errors/warnings always on top. It is remotely configurable via a built-in Web interface.
DaVINCI is a dashboard builder and editor for Nagios systems. It can be used to add advanced visualization functionalities for Nagios-based management applications. Its editor uses a drag and drop interface to allow users get monitoring indicators and information directly from their databases and show them in a graphical and animated dashboard, without having to write a single line of code.
Monitoring::Spooler is a handy queue manager for queueing and delivery of monitoring notifications. It is able to handle several groups of on-call personnel and provides an extensible plugin mechanism to connect it to virtually any remote service which provides some kind of API. It is designed to work nicely with App::Standby.
NConf is a Web tool for configuring the Nagios monitoring software. It differs from similar tools by offering enterprise-class features like templates, dependencies, and the ability to configure a large-scale, distributed Nagios server topology. It lets you effortlessly maintain a distributed Nagios topology. It has a user-friendly GUI. It features host and service templates, a graphical dependency viewer, multiple authentication modes, a Nagios configuration importer, a CSV file importer, and a Perl database API. The data schema is customizable and expandable.
NS4300N Nagios Utils is a collection of tools for working with the Promise NS4300N NAS within the Nagios framework. The two current tools allow for monitoring the chassis and remotely shutting down the system. Future versions of this utility set will include the ability to monitor drives and volumes.
Nagios has been around for quite some time, but producing output it can consume is something of a black art. Only the plugin documentation actually explains what all the extra semicolons or extended formatting even mean. This is especially onerous when performance consuming add-ons expect a specific structure before operating properly. The NagAconda package strives to greatly simplify the process of actually generating Nagios output using Python.