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Need to get a head start on your Nagios project? Our implementation engineers will install Nagios and work with your team to setup the foundation needed for a successful implementation.
We will work with your team to implement monitoring of devices on your Nagios server. Our team can fully perform the implementation or embed with your team. Our level of involvement is completely customized to your organization’s needs.
Our team will completely implement and maintain your monitoring solution. We provide your IT team with access and alerts, but all ongoing monitoring maintenance tasks are taken care of by the Nagios experts at MCS.
Hyundai Motor Manufacturing
MCS worked with Hyundai engineers to migrate Nagios Core systems. Multiple Nagios Core systems were migrated in to a single Nagios XI instance. Custom plugins were created and customized. The final service count was over 9,000.
GFS (Gordon Food Service)
Nagios XI implemented from the ground up to replace an aging in-house monitoring solution. Worked closely with GFS IT to implement sample checks by converting in-house scripts to work with the Nagios Client. Included SUSE Enterprise Linux, HP UX, and AIX systems.
MCS worked with a division of IBM to implement Nagios XI across several of their data centers across the globe. This project monitored over 3000 nodes including many custom checks. After our work was completed, MCS trained an IBM internal IT team and successfully handed off day to day maintenance.
Nagios XI implemented to monitor switch traffic, ping times, and port status for their internal infrastructure, as well as other SNMP monitoring for network devices.
Nagios XI implemented as a conversion from the Nagios Core product. Configurations for hosts and services were merged and imported to the new XI system. Monitoring included internal storage networks and servers.
Plainfield School District
Nagios XI implemented as a conversion from the Nagios Core product. Included custom checks that had to be moved over from the Core system. System has over 1000 hosts in it with multiple services per host.
Green Family Automotive
Fully managed solution hosted with MCS. Our team uses Nagios XI to keep track of multiple connected auto dealerships and proactively responds to any issues. With XI at our side, we know about issues before users do.
Provides monitoring of all mission-critical infrastructure components including applications, services, operating systems, network protocols, systems metrics, and network infrastructure. Hundreds of third-party addons provide for monitoring of virtually all in-house applications, services, and systems.
Network Analyzer provides an in-depth look at all network traffic sources and potential security threats allowing system admins to quickly gather high-level information regarding the health of the network as well as highly granular data for complete and thorough network analysis.
Nagios Log Server greatly simplifies the process of searching your log data. Set up alerts to notify you when potential threats arise, or simply query your log data to quickly audit any system. With Nagios Log Server, you get all of your log data in one location, with high availability and fail-over built right in. Quickly configure your servers to send all log data with easy source setup wizards and start monitoring your logs in minutes.
Fusion is designed to scale with your organization. Remote Nagios servers distribute the load associated with monitoring and performance graphing. As your infrastructure grows, your monitoring environment can expand without increasing load or management requirements at the central node. Fusion alleviates the need for complex configurations, data transfer problems, and having to manage changes on both central and distributed nodes.