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Nagios XI - Under the Hood - NWC15

Under the Hood - NWC15

What happens when a check is run? What are the parts that move behind the scenes to turn a service check into a notification? In this talk, Trevor will walk through the check process from start to finish, giving an overview of the components involved at each step.




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