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How To Install Cacti on RHEL 8 / CentOS 8

(: September 24, 2019) This guide will cover how to install and configure Cacti on RHEL 8 / CentOS 8. Monitoring is a key component of any Infrastructure. At computingforgeeks, so far, we have covered the usage of Zabbix, telegraf/ Influxdb, Grafana, and Prometheus. Cacti is a completely open-source network monitoring and graphing tool that was designed as…

Top Open source Network and Server Monitoring Tools

(: February 4, 2019) Introduction Hello there guys, welcome once again for another time as we go through another session of exploring knowlegde. “Comfort and prosperity have never enriched the world as much as adversity has.” –Billy Graham In this article, we will be taking a look at some of the monitoring tools you might…

How to Install and Configure Cacti on Ubuntu 18.04

(: September 29, 2018) Here at computingforgeeks, we like exploring various network and system monitoring tools. So far we have covered the basic setup and usage of Zabbix, telegraf/Influxdb, Grafana, and Prometheus. Zabbix functionality is similar to Cacti, though Cacti is more fit for network graphing. In this guide, we’ll look at how to install cacti server…

How to Import templates on Cacti

(: June 16, 2018) Cacti is a great monitoring and Graphing tool that runs on many Unix and Linux Operating systems. We recently wrote a guide on How to Install and configure Cacti Server on Ubuntu 18.04. This guide on How to Import templates on Cacti is based on that article. What is Cacti Templates You…