Adagios is a web based Nagios configuration interface built to be simple and intuitive in design, exposing less of the clutter under the hood of Nagios.
Bigboos is a network monitoring system that pools devices based on configuration. It is designed to allow mid-sized ISPs to monitor their network and central offices whose branch offices are connected on T1 or E1 lines to monitor their clients and branches. It is based on ICMP and SNMP. A small customer database manager is included. It has the capability to generate and manage trouble tickets, provides the current status about devices being monitored, and generates downtime reports.
Check Website is a performance monitoring and uptime notification tool. It will check if a Website is up, and check the response time of the site. The administrator can then choose to receive an email notification if the site is down, or if the site response time is too slow. All results are also written to a daily log file.
check-packeteer.pl is a plugin for the Nagios network monitoring system. It is designed to read traffic statistics from a Packeteer appliance via HTTP requests and return the status to Nagios.
check_logfiles is a plugin for Nagios which searches for patterns in logfiles. It is capable of scanning multiple logfiles and their rotated ancestors in a single run.
check_nagios_summary enables you to do perform distributed monitoring using Nagios. With this plugin, a Nagios system can check and summarize the status of other (satellite) Nagios systems.
check_rbl is a Nagios plugin to check if an SMTP server is blacklisted.
Echofish is a free, open source project that acts as a centralized syslog monitor. Written mostly in MySQL and PHP, it aims to be a lightweight solution for real-time log filtering, aggregation and monitoring.
EtherEye is a web-based network host checking system written in PHP and standards compliant HTML.
You simply provide it with a list of IP addresses or domain names via the configuration interface and it will ping them on request and output the results as HTML.
GroundWork Monitor Architect
GroundWork Monitor Architect (Monarch) is a Web-based engine for the configuration and management of the Nagios network monitoring system.
Hawk is a web based utility for monitoring and comparing hosts on your network with what's in DNS.
Ignoramus is a configuration tool for Nagios.
JKFlow is an easy XML configurable Flowscan module for analyzing flowfiles exported with NetFlow from Cisco routers. In JKFlow you can define "directions", which are sections of source- and destination subnets. You can define different sets of applications, services, protocols monitoring on each router, subnet of direction, and you can narrow down these sets for specific subnets in your network.
MCM Website Monitor
MCM Website Monitor is a Web site monitoring script. It sends you an email if a Web site appears to be down.
Minis is a tiny, PHP-powered, text-file based weblogging system. It is easily configured for normal use and it doesnt require any databases, such as MySQL. Also, with some PHP-knowledge you'll be able to configure Minis endlessly.
MonAMI aims to be a standard place for monitoring the availability and performance of services. It can talk to many different monitoring systems while remaining easy to configure. It has a plugin structure, making it easy to add new things to monitor or to integrate with new monitoring systems.
Munin is a tool for graphing all sorts of information about one or more servers and displaying it in a web interface. It uses the execellent RRDTool (written by Tobi Oetiker) and is written in Perl. Munin has a master/node architecture. The master connects to all the nodes at regular intervals, and asks them for data.
MySQL Squid Access Report
MySQL Squid Access Report, "mysar" for short, is a system for near-realtime monitor of user Web activity, using Squid's log file.
A Web interface for Nagios. It is based on the IMC platform, to provide an ergonomic, customizable user interface, made of multiple reusable Web components.
Percival is a Network Monitoring and Capacity Planning front-end to the excellent RRDtool software. It is based on our exprience of providing customized network monitoring solutions to the ISPs, banks and large enterprises in Israel.
PHP Open Monitor
PHP Open Monitor is a Web-based network monitor written with PHP. It lets you specify the hosts and ports that you wish to monitor. It can notify you via email/ICQ each time some host/port goes.
PHPSiteStats is a website statistics and monitoring software for small to large web sites and can be either database driven or logfile driven.
Probe is a website usage analysis tool. It 'probes' certain pages for being viewed by a visitor, without needing access to log-files from the web server.
(commercial) QuartzDesk is a self-hosted web-based Quartz scheduler management and monitoring application featuring an attractive and user-friendly GUI of a modern Rich Internet Application (RIA).
sarGraphs takes the output of sysstat and creates a graphical (pChart) PHP Web interface.
SquiDeral is a free, easy to use configurable web-based interface program for manipulating the statistics created by squid cache proxy daemon in a "human-readable" format.
Squidtaild is a Squid log file monitoring program that will crosscheck the new access.log entry's in this file with user defined filters and report all hits (using html pages, email, winpopups).
Thruk is an independent multibackend monitoring webinterface which currently supports Nagios, Icinga and Shinken as backend using the MKLivestatus addon.
It is designed to be a "dropin" replacement.
TopJax is essentially the ?top? unix utility ported to the web via Ajax using Sack of Ajax. It provides the ability to view system processes, sort processes by various fields, pause/unpause monitoring, and hide idle processes.
vmktree collects data and presents graphs in a Web interface. It was initially written for VMware ESX, but supported devices also include ESXi, IBM DS4000, NetApp, HP ILO, and RSA2.
Webminstats adds a graphical log of historic information. It's modular in design, as to be able to log everything from CPU usage to email box size.
Webwatcher is a Perl tool for keeping tabs on web content and the authors of that content. The idea is to provide a reporting mechanism by which people may be informed of when their data has expired.
WWW::PkgFind watches Web sites, FTP sites, GIT repositories, etc. for new code releases, and downloads them. In other words, it's like a Web spider tuned for downloading software packages and patches. It is also able to generate a queue of incoming packages, to allow subsequent processing (such as running tests on them).