Eyes Of Network ("EON") is an Open Source solution containing a pragmatic usage of ITIL processes. It is based on several free products such as Nagios, Nagios, GLPI ....
EON is always accessed via a web interface which contains a graphical interface for defining business processes and allows the generation of statistical reports on incidents and the generation of performance graphics, allowing each stakeholder of Information System to dispose of information relevant to his job.
Version 4.2 further strengthens this positioning by offering a new user simulation module. This module allows to define, on a workstation, application scenarios and play them for the user to get an even more accurate availability of business applications and give to DSI finer vision of its Information System.
EyesOfNetwork contains a notification mechanism for defining quickly advanced specific notifications.
For example, for an equipment, you can notify a particular contact regardless of state, from Monday to Friday over a fixed time slot only to the first occurrence of the alert by sending an email.
For service, you can notify a particular group of contacts only for the critical state, for example, from Monday to Friday without restriction of hours, to the 4th occurrence of the alert by sending a text message.
Format of notification rules
Notifications rules are defined on the following format:
debug ; contact ; host ; service ; state ; dayofweek ; timeperiod ; notificationnumber ; method
Debug: Level of debug 0 --> 3 (default : 0 no debug)
Contact: Person or group will match the rules. It is possible to assign multiple contacts on the same rule. These must be separated by a comma.
Host: Equipment or group of equipment will match the rules.
Service: Service or service group will match the rules.
State: Particular state of the equipment (UP, DOWN, UNREACHABLE) or service (OK, WARNING, CRITICAL, UNKNOWN) will match the rules.
Dayofweek: Day of the week will match the rules. (mon, tue, wed, thu, fri, sat, sun).
Timeperiod: Time range in which the notification rule will work. (hhmm-hhmm).
Notificationnumber: Number of notifications for which the rule is valid. Unique (4) or from the Xth notification (4).
Method: Notification method when the rule matches. (email, sms,...) Corresponds to the methods of notifications defined in the notifier.cfg file.
EyesOfNetwork est une solution de supervision OpenSource complète et très évolutive. Elle est composée d’un système d’exploitation incluant des produits libres incontournables tels que Nagios, Weathermap, Cacti, GLPI. Le tout étant inscrit dans une démarche ITIL.
EyesOfNetwork est accessible via une interface Web unique dont l’objectif est de réunir les différents acteurs d’un système d’informations (DSI, Administrateurs, Techniciens, Opérateurs, …). Chacun de ces acteurs dispose d’une vue correspondant à son métier.
La version 4.0 renforce ce positionnement en offrant :
- Une interface graphique de définition des processus métier,
- Des profils de rapports PDF (supervision + graphiques de performances),
- Un nouveau design de l’interface web,
- La génération automatique des graphiques à partir des données de performance de Nagios (Pnp4nagios),
- Un calcul du temps de prise en compte des événements,
- Des nouveaux plugins : Oracle, Network,
- La simplification de la création des équipements et des services.
EyesOfNetwork (“EON”) is the OpenSource solution combining a pragmatic usage of ITIL processes and a technological interface allowing their workaday application. EyesOfNetwork Supervision is the first brick of a range of products targeting to assist IT managment and gouvernance. EyesOfNetwork Supervision provides event management, availability, problems and capacity.
EON use Nagios, Thruk, Nagvis, Nagiosbp, Ged...
Soon new version 4.0 : Automatic generation of performance graphs (pnp4nagios), new plugins: Oracle, Network…
EyesOfNetwork is a monitoring solution OpenSource, complete and highly scalable. It consists of an operating system including indispensable free products such as Nagios, Weathermap, Cacti, GLPI... All registered in a functional and ITIL approach.
EyesOfNetwork is accessed via a single web interface that aims to bring together the different stakeholders of an information system (Governance, Administrators, Technicians, Operators, ...). Each of these actors has a view of his trade.
Release 4.0 enhances positioning by providing:
- Business Processes configuration tool
- PDF reporting templates (monitoring+performances)
- New design of web interface
- Automatic generation of performance graphs using performance data from Nagios (Pnp4nagios)
- Update logic bus GED : calculation of owning time of events in the active queue
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