[Snort-users] Seattle Snort User Group meets 2/13/2007 at 7:00 PM at SSCC RAH304
jamesaffeld at ...131...
Thu Feb 8 02:14:28 EST 2007
We'll try this again, and if we aren't visited with a plague of toads
or other calamity, I'll present an intro to Nagios, the
host/service/network monitoring tool. See you Tuesday!
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From: James Affeld <jamesaffeld at ...131...>
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Sent: Thursday, January 4, 2007 10:42:08 AM
Subject: Seattle Snort User Group meets 1/16/2007 at 7:00 PM at SSCC RAH304
The Seattle Snort User Group
meets 1/16/2007 at 7:00 PM at SSCC RAH304
Come learn about Snort^H^H^H^H Nagios, one of the leading network and service monitoring applications. It also happens to be available FREE. Free to use, free to modify and adapt to your needs. Snort has a successful company (Sourcefire) backing it, and an army of community developers providing their own enhancements. Snort is the Red Pill that will allow you to see what is happening on the wire - good and bad.
(All these things about Snort are true, but we'll be talking about Nagios and Cacti. )
*nix-centric trivia contest and schwag raffle
Presentation Topic: Nagios and Cacti
This time we're going to branch out a bit; a lot of our attendees are generalists like me. I found Nagios easy to set up and understand, and Cacti was a snap, too. But I'm already getting useful data and finding things out before people call me about them.
RSVP at http://www.snort.org/registrations/rsvp.html
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