TouchMon

TouchMon


TouchMon

TouchMon for Nagios is an unofficial Nagios and Icinga client which accesses your server and natively displays the data on your android device.

Unlike other available Nagios frontend solutions, it does not require any changes in your server-side configuration. Just enter the server URL, username and password (you can also optionally ignore self-signed SSL certificate errors) and TouchMon for Nagios displays your network state in a meaningful way.

With TouchMon for Nagios, you are able to monitor multiple Nagios and Icinga installations and acknowledge problems - for both hosts and services.

From now on, you don't have to pull up a browser to know what's going on - just open TouchMon for Nagios and it's all there; nicely partitioned into 'Problems', 'Hosts' and 'Hostgroups'.

You can also set TouchMon for Nagios to reload the problems of your instances after a defined period of time has passed. After an automatic update a notification will be displayed (also vibrate on updates is possible).

Monitor your System health.
Acknowledge problems.

Everywhere.
Anytime.

TouchMon for Nagios has been tested with Nagios 3.2.3, 3.2.2, 3.2.1, 3.2.0, 3.1.2, 3.0.6, 2.10 as well as Icinga 1.6.1, 1.5.0, 1.4.0 and 1.3.0 - if necessary, updates for new Nagios or Icinga versions will be provided.

Recent changes:
v1.2:
-) Fixed a bug with Icinga instances.
-) Added support for Icinga 1.7.0 and 1.8.4.

v1.1:
-) Added support for Nagios 3.3.1, 3.4.1 and 3.4.4.
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About TouchMon
TouchMon

TouchMon for Nagios is an unofficial Nagios and Icinga client which accesses your server and natively displays the data on your android device.

Unlike other available Nagios frontend solutions, it does not require any changes in your server-side configuration. Just enter the server URL, username and password (you can also optionally ignore self-signed SSL certificate errors) and TouchMon for Nagios displays your network state in a meaningful way.

With TouchMon for Nagios, you are able to monitor multiple Nagios and Icinga installations and acknowledge problems - for both hosts and services.

From now on, you don't have to pull up a browser to know what's going on - just open TouchMon for Nagios and it's all there; nicely partitioned into 'Problems', 'Hosts' and 'Hostgroups'.

You can also set TouchMon for Nagios to reload the problems of your instances after a defined period of time has passed. After an automatic update a notification will be displayed (also vibrate on updates is possible).

Monitor your System health.
Acknowledge problems.

Everywhere.
Anytime.

TouchMon for Nagios has been tested with Nagios 3.2.3, 3.2.2, 3.2.1, 3.2.0, 3.1.2, 3.0.6, 2.10 as well as Icinga 1.6.1, 1.5.0, 1.4.0 and 1.3.0 - if necessary, updates for new Nagios or Icinga versions will be provided.

Recent changes:
v1.2:
-) Fixed a bug with Icinga instances.
-) Added support for Icinga 1.7.0 and 1.8.4.

v1.1:
-) Added support for Nagios 3.3.1, 3.4.1 and 3.4.4.

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A Google User
Feb 3, 2012
Functionality is quite good, but needs polishing Has most of the functionality one would need, but needs serious polishing. Just because my phone doesn't have an "i"-Prefix doesn't mean I don't like my apps to be visually pleasing. And can we have a tablet enabled version, please?
A Google User
Feb 3, 2012
Functionality is quite good, but needs polishing Has most of the functionality one would need, but needs serious polishing. Just because my phone doesn't have an "i"-Prefix doesn't mean I don't like my apps to be visually pleasing. And can we have a tablet enabled version, please?
piquadrat
Feb 3, 2012
Functionality is quite good, but needs polishing Has most of the functionality one would need, but needs serious polishing. Just because my phone doesn't have an "i"-Prefix doesn't mean I don't like my apps to be visually pleasing. And can we have a tablet enabled version, please?