Give Your Log File Monitoring a Lift with Nagios Log Server Resources

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Getting Started With Nagios Log Server

Discover how to enhance your log file monitoring with the capabilities of Nagios Log Server.

Learn about how Log Server simplifies log file monitoring.

A comprehensive overview of the features and capabilities of Log Server.

Explore the different ways to utilize Log Server in your IT environment.

Nagios Log Server Video Resources

View tutorials for installation, configuration, and administration of Nagios Log Server.

A quick guide on selecting a Log Server download option, installing Log Server on Microsoft Windows using a virtual machine, and signing into the Log Server interface

An administrative guide for user management, configuration, adding a new instance to a Log Server cluster, and more

A starter’s guide to using queries, setting up alerts, and exporting data in Log Server 

Free Nagios Log Server Webinars

Free Nagios Log Server Webinars

Optimize your Log Server deployment and harness the power of log file monitoring with our on-demand webinars.

Nagios Log Server Documentation

Learn more with technical documentation on Nagios Log Server.

Nagios Log Server Documentation

Learn more with technical documentation on Nagios Log Server.


Frequently Asked Questions

Log Server is licensed based on the number of cluster instances you implement in your environment.

A Log Server system is comprised of any number of cluster server instances. Each instance communicates with other instances to both replicate and backup your data, as well as load balance your system to maintain efficient log monitoring.

Log Server is supported by our team of professionals. Access to Answer Hub is included in the base license price for Log Server. Phone support contracts are also available to customers who require additional support services.

No! Log Server allows you to have full access to all your log data no matter what license level you have. Your only limitation is the hardware/VM that you put Log Server on, but with Log Server’s ability to quickly scale to your environment, your monitoring needs are always met.

Yes! Manual installation of physical servers is recommended. The server must be RHEL or CentOS.

Log Server systems are based on a clustering model. Each server in the cluster is called an instance.

Adding an instance to your Log Server cluster allows you to balance server load, create a redundant copy of log event data, and scale Log Server to meet your environments needs. Each instance in the cluster shares the workload of indexing and querying your data.

A minimum of 2 instances is recommended to provide redundancy and resiliency.

Yes! Log Server is free up to 500MB of log data per day. This makes it easy to monitor small environments or to try it in your environment before buying!

Out-of-the-box, Log Server is configured to be able to receive Windows Event Logs, Linux Syslogs, and Network Device Syslogs as well as log information from any Windows or Linux machine. Additional log types can be added through the GUI configuration wizard.

Basically, if there’s a log you want to monitor, Log Server can receive it.

Log Server utilizes the open-source tools Elasticsearch and Logstash for the cluster formation/storage and log data collection system respectively.

The initial purchase of our commercial solutions includes the first year of License benefits. These benefits allow customers to access version upgrades for one year, submit up to ten support cases, and access the Answer Hub.

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