Grafana - TS + Go

  • Search dashboards & copy ID to /dashboard/import:

  • no login:

    enabled = true
    org_name = Main Org.
    org_role = Viewer
    hide_version = true # default: false


Prometheus - Go + TS Grafana: | {url}?var-node=

InfluxDB Telegraf

Grafana Promtail

agent : local logs -> loki :

Zabbix - C/PHP/JAVA

server - Docker

docker run --name zabbix-appliance -t \
    -p 10051:10051 \
    -p 8083:80 \
    -d zabbix/zabbix-appliance:latest
# Default login: Admin/zabbix


Active : zabbix_agentd: active checks ->  zabbix_server: trapper  :10051  
Passive: zabbix_server: poller        ->  zabbix_agentd: listener :10050\

# Windows agent, run under admininstrator cmd
zabbix_agentd.exe --config --install

# Debian/Ubuntu
apt install zabbix-agent
service zabbix-agent start

Nagios - C


docker run --name nagios4 --rm -it -p jasonrivers/nagios:latest

docker cp nagios4:/opt/nagios/etc ./nagios/etc
docker cp nagios4:/opt/nagios/var ./nagios/var
docker cp nagios4:/opt/nagiosgraph/etc ./nagios/graph_etc
docker cp nagios4:/opt/nagiosgraph/var ./nagios/graph_var

docker run --name nagios4  \
-d --restart unless-stopped \
-v $PWD/nagios/etc/:/opt/nagios/etc/ \
-v $PWD/nagios/var:/opt/nagios/var/ \
-v $PWD/nagios/graph_etc:/opt/nagiosgraph/etc \
-v $PWD/nagios/graph_var:/opt/nagiosgraph/var \
-v $PWD/nagios/custom-plugins:/opt/Custom-Nagios-Plugins \
-p 8082:80 jasonrivers/nagios:latest

docker exec -it nagios4 htpasswd /opt/nagios/etc/htpasswd.users nagiosadmin 
docker exec -it nagios4 cat /opt/nagios/etc/objects/contacts.cfg
docker exec -it nagios4 grep ^cfg_ /opt/nagios/etc/nagios.cfg
docker restart nagios4 && docker logs nagios4

# nrpe
docker run -d --restart unless-stopped \
    -v /:/rootfs:ro -v /var/run:/var/run:rw -v /sys:/sys:ro \
    -v /var/lib/docker/:/var/lib/docker:ro \
    --privileged --net=host --ipc=host --pid=host \
    --name nagios_nrpe \


Beats - Go

Filebeat    Log Files Beats
Metricbeat  Metrics Beats
Packetbeat  Network Data Beats
Winlogbeat  Windows Event Logs Beats
Auditbeat   Audit Data Beats
Heartbeat   Uptime Monitoring

Cacti - PHP

docker pull smcline06/cacti:latest


TICK stack



Data collector


Stores data





Pandora FMS - PHP/Perl

# Auto docker
curl -sSL  | sh  # Auto, or manually below

# Manually
docker run \
    --name pandora-mysql \
    -e MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD=AVeryStrongRootPassword \
    -e MYSQL_DATABASE=pandora \
    -e MYSQL_USER=pandora \
    -e MYSQL_PASSWORD=pandora
    -d pandorafms/pandorafms-mysql:6

docker run -p 41121:41121 \
    --link pandora-mysql:mysql \
    -d pandorafms/pandorafms-server:6

docker run \
    -p 80:80 -p 8022:8022 -p 8023:8023 \
    --link pandora-mysql:mysql \
    -d pandorafms/pandorafms-console:6

apt install -y pandorafms-agent

open-falcon - Go + Python Flask v0.3: May 30, 2019

Munin - Perl/Shell

networked resource monitoring tool

netdata - C/Python/JS/Shell (with screenshots)

bash <(curl -Ss 


Fabric - Python library Fabric is a high level Python (2.7, 3.4+) library designed to execute shell commands remotely over SSH, yielding useful Python objects in return.

Fabric (1.x and earlier) was a hybrid project implementing two feature sets: task execution (organization of task functions, execution of them via CLI, and local shell commands) and high level SSH actions (organization of servers/hosts, remote shell commands, and file transfer).

invoke - Python library When planning Fabric 2.x, having the “local” feature set as a standalone library made sense, and it seemed plausible to design the SSH component as a separate layer above. Thus, Invoke was created to focus exclusively on local and abstract concerns, leaving Fabric 2.x concerned only with servers and network commands.



  • Self Managed, always free:

Ansible - Python

Puppet - Ruby

Chef - Ruby

SaltStack - Python



Jenkins - JAVA

docker run -d -p 8089:8080 -p 50000:50000 jenkins/jenkins:lts
docker exec jenkins cat /var/jenkins_home/secrets/initialAdminPassword

docker run jenkins/jnlp-slave -url http://jenkins-server:port <secret> <agent name>

Open a browser on the slave machine and go to the Jenkins master server url (http://yourjenkinsmaster:8080).
Go to Manage Jenkins > Manage Nodes, Click on the newly created slave machine. You will need to login as someone that has the "Connect" Slave permission if you have configured global security.
Click on the Launch button to launch agent from browser on slave.

run on all nodes: elastic-axis

Travis - Ruby/JS


v1: Authentication of clients is performed only by a "community string", in effect a type of password, which is transmitted in cleartext. v2c comprises SNMPv2 without the controversial new SNMP v2 security model, using instead the simple community-based security scheme of SNMPv1. incompatible with SNMPv1 in two key areas: message formats and protocol operations. v2u: greater security than SNMPv1, but without incurring the high complexity of SNMPv2. v3 primarily added security and remote configuration enhancements to SNMP.

the agent connects to the server on port 162 port 161 on the agent side is used for queries

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