Nagios SNMP Trap Interface (NSTI) 3.0 Released

After months of development, Nagios SNMP Trap Interface (NSTI) version 3.0 is officially released and available for download. NSTI 3.0 provides users with an updated UI theme that is modern, and easy to navigate and interpret. The latest version of NSTI also contains a number of major functionality enhancements including the ability to filter, search, and organize SNMP traps based on a multitude of SNMP trap variables and metrics.

An additional organizational and visual feature comes in the form of the SNMP Trap Data Visualizer. The Data Visualizer provides users with a simple way to view and understand their entire database of SNMP traps, what needs to be quickly acted upon, and what needs more focus.

Additional features and fixes included in this release include:

  • Improved analytics via the Trap Detailed View
  • Installation script to ensure simple and proper installation of NSTI
  • Extendable API to allow for easy third-party integration and in-depth database analysis

View the NSTI 3.0 documentation on the NSTI Documentation Page

To learn more about NSTI 3.0, visit its page on the Nagios Exchange.
To contribute to the project, you may do so via the Nagios Enterprises NSTI GitHub page.

For more information regarding everything contained in this release, you may view the changelog.

Thanks to all of the community members who reported bugs, contributed patches, and helped in testing the new release especially BanditBBS.

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