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Monitoring Websites With Nagios XI

This document describes how to monitor websites effectively with Nagios® XI™. There are three different wizards to help you monitor your websites. The Website Wizard is used to monitor the steady-state aspects of a website. The Website URL is very similar and allows you to monitor the status and content of a specific URL. Finally, the Web Transaction Wizard monitors transactions and other interactive activities on your website. All three are very useful for users to monitor the health of their websites, and to be notified when unexpected changes occur on the website or processes are not working as expected.

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