Probably every day there's a new Open Source project popping up left or right, sometimes they dissapear quickly , others are here to stay.

Enter Djagios, a Nagios configuration tool written in Django. At this time it's in development phase but development is going pretty good now, Djagios has been incepted by fellow Inuit Jochen Maes

It aims at filling the gap between the vi and emacs Nagios guru's and the manegerial type who just wants to and make Nagios usable for them.

We're already rolling out proof of concept setups of Djagios at different key customers so it's definitely here to stay :)


SeJo's picture

#1 SeJo : opsview

As opsview is too complicated for what we try to achieve with Djagios.

The goal of djagios is to make the configuration easy for non-sysadmins.


ghosty's picture

#2 ghosty : why not use opsview?

opsview from seems to me a pretty good interface around nagios core and adds immediate graphing ...

flyer's picture

#3 flyer : why (not) use opsview?

Djagios is a Nagios configuration frontend.
Opsview rather is a full blown monitoring platform.
If Nagios's features are all you are looking for, Djagios will make it easy for you to setup and also maintain your config. You are not 'chained' to the tool if used once: configs can be created, imported, exported, changes can be made using the tool, within the text files or both.
Easy, simple, fast.