Make way for Icinga 2.0

Icinga takes open source monitoring to the next level

Icinga is a monitoring software project that began as a fork of Nagios. The Icinga Project maintains two branches in parallel: Icinga 1 and Icinga 2.

Icinga 1 and Icinga 2 are enterprise-grade open source monitoring systems that keep watch over a network and any conceivable network resource, notify users of errors and recoveries, and generate performance data for reporting.

Though both are scalable and extensible, Icinga 2 is designed to monitor complex, large environments across dispersed locations out-of-the-box.

All software written by the Icinga Project is licensed under GPL V2 – free to use, distribute and modify.

Icinga in a Nutshell

Happy Icinga Users


Continuous Development
Icinga is a constant work in progress. Check out what team Icinga has in store for the next version. All are welcome to contribute to Icinga in any way they can.

—–>  1.x Roadmap <——

—–>  2.x Roadmap <——

Happy Sys Admin Day!

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Yes – Thank you to all the sys admins out there for being ahead of the game. Happy 15th Systems Administrator Day !

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Monitoring Plugins 2.0

After the political harassment happened in January, the renamed Monitoring Plugins project (former Nagios Plugins) has worked hard to release the next version – Monitoring Plugins 2.0. Download away and poke your distribution maintainers to update their packages with the new name or at least use the original sources.

Icinga 2 is compatible with the [...]

Icinga 2 Bugfix Release 2.0.1

Thanks for the overwhelming response & feedback on our first 2.0.0 release :-) We’ve been working on resolving remaining issues, and are now happy to announce the first bugfix release for Icinga 2.

2.0.1 contains plenty of bugfixes and some additional plugin check command configuration. Check the Changelog for detailed information.

The release is tagged [...]