Nagios Core on Ubuntu VMs

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This template deploys Nagios Core, a host/service/network monitoring solution released under the GNU General Public License. This template also provisions a storage account, virtual network, public IP addresses and network interfaces required by the installation.

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The Nagios deployment topology is comprised of a single VM instance that can be customized and scaled up using the tshirtSize parameter. The following table outlines the VM characteristics for each supported t-shirt size:

T-Shirt Size VM Size CPU Cores Memory
Small Standard_A1_v2 1 1.75 GB
Medium Standard_D1_v2 1 3.5 GB
Large Standard_D2_v2 2 7 GB
XLarge Standard_D3_v2 4 14 GB
XXLarge Standard_D3_v2 8 28 GB

Known Issues and Limitations

  • A single instance installation Nagios Core is performed by the template
  • This template does not install any monitoring targets

Tags: Microsoft.Network/virtualNetworks, Microsoft.Network/publicIPAddresses, Microsoft.Network/networkSecurityGroups, Microsoft.Network/networkInterfaces, Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines, Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines/extensions, CustomScript