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Adagios - Web Based Nagios Configuration

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Adagios is a web based Nagios configuration interface built to be simple and intuitive in design, exposing less of the clutter under the hood of nagios. Additionally adagios has a rest interface for both status and configuration data as well a feature complete status interface that can be used as an alternative to nagios web interface.

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Testing Adagios

If you want to try out Adagios we have 2 docker images available for testing. Feel free to send in feature request and issues. Images hosted on Docker Hub.


  • Full view/edit of hosts,services, etc
  • Tons of pre-bundled plugins and configuration templates
  • Network scan
  • Remote installation of linux/windows agents
  • Modern Status view as an alternative to default nagios web interface
  • Rest interface for status of hosts/services
  • Rest interface for viewing and modifying configuration
  • Full audit of any changes made

Design principles

  • Useful for both novices and nagios experts
  • No database backend
  • Make common operational tasks as easy as possible
  • Assist Nagios admins in keeping configuration files clean and simple


  • Pynag - Nagios Configuration Parser
  • OKconfig - A robust plugin collection with preconfigured nagios template configuration files
  • PNP4Nagios - For Graphing Performance data
  • MK Livestatus - Broker module for nagios for high performance status information

Install Instructions

Adagios has packages for most recent versions of redhat/fedora and debian/ubuntu.

Install takes about 5 minutes following our Install Guide


  • handled by gettext, and stored in adagios/locale/
  • .po files are editable with standart text editors or po-specific ones
  • to add a language, run 'mkdir adagios/locale/', e.g. mkdir adagios/locale/de for German
  • to create/update/compile .po files, run 'make trad'

Support us

So you think the project is helping you or your company and you want to help us back?

Great! There are many ways you can support the project by contributing your time, talent and money.

See for more information.

Contact us

If you need any help with getting adagios to work, feel free to open up an issue on github issue tracker. If you want to chat you can contact us on:



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