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Passive Monitoring with Nagios - NWC14

Whereas active monitoring receives all the attention, passive monitoring is the be-all, end-all to truly managing by exception. This session will present three scenarios for passive monitoring including: monitoring that scripts run on time, making sure your team has submitted their status reports on time, and some fun micro-management ideas.




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