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About Configuration
Overview The GroundWork Monitor Configuration application, also referred to as Monitor Architect or Monarch, is a fullfeatured, easytouse web based system for use with Nagios. Configuration consists of a set of tools that allow a user to easily configure and maintain Nagios or GroundWork Monitor. Configuration ...
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Configuration This section review the Configuration feature in GroundWork Monitor. This tool provides a user interface versus a command line text editor to configure the monitoring system for each monitored application, service, device, etc. For detailed information expand  !expand.jpg! Configuration ...
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Configuration How To's
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Developer Reference
Developer Reference GroundWork Monitor can integrate data from other systems including GroundWork Hub's monitoring of Amazon AWS,&nbsp;Cloudera,&nbsp;Docker,&nbsp;Icinga 2,&nbsp;NetApp,&nbsp;OpenStack,&nbsp;Red Hat ...
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Device Templates
PAGE HELPFUL? <a href=" Templates">Leave Feedback</a> \\ \\ Overview Device Templates provide a mapping between devices and Cacti host templates or Monarch host profiles. The NeDi tool discovers devices that are identified by a number string ...
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How to audit commit operations
PAGE HELPFUL? <a href=" to audit commit operations">Leave Feedback</a> \\ \\ Overview Customers require that changes to the configuration of Nagios be logged. The Monarch tool is used to make changes to the configuration of Nagios. When a user of Monarch wishes ...
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How to configure externals
PAGE HELPFUL? <a href=" to configure externals">Leave Feedback</a> \\ \\ Overview The Externals feature enables you to add your own configuration data that is not related to Nagios but can be useful when integrating other tools. When ...
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How to define a command
PAGE HELPFUL? <a href=" to define a command">Leave Feedback</a> \\ \\ Overview A Command line, which defines a command, is referenced in contact, host, and service definitions among other places. Commands that can be defined include service ...
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How to define extended info
PAGE HELPFUL? <a href=" to define extended info">Leave Feedback</a> \\ \\ Overview This page reviews the configuration of extended info templates. Extended host and service information entries are basically used to make the output from the status ...
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How to define groups
PAGE HELPFUL? <a href=" to define groups">Leave Feedback</a> \\ \\ Overview This page cover the Groups option and walks through how to using groups to set up Multiple WMI Proxy hosts. Groups are very flexible ...
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