I've used zenoss (small scale) and found it to work very well.
Initial setup required a rather steep learning curve but after that it
worked well. Hugely flexible and looked very scalable.
Was a year or two since I last had any use for it and it seems to have
gotten all "Cloudy" in that time.
Well worth evaluating though.
On 08/31/2011 11:49 AM, Cameron wrote:
I’m also in a similar position.
I’m currently using Nagios + a large amount of customisation but I have
a few requirements coming up that Nagios won’t be able to do. OpenNMS is
looking like the likely candidate but I also want to evaluate Zenoss and
Zabbix. I hadn’t seen them mentioned here yet so I thought I’d throw the
names out and see if anyone has tried either of them at all. Scaling is
the issue I guess, Nagios just does it so well.