JumpBox for the Nagios 3.x Software Pricing & Features

JumpBox for the Nagios 3.x Reviews

JumpBox for the Nagios 3.x

Open Source host, service and network monitoring system

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JumpBox for the Nagios 3.x is no longer available for purchase. Archived information about JumpBox for the Nagios 3.x is available below.

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Intended Users
Freelancers, Large Enterprises, Mid Size Business, Non Profits, Public Administrations, Small Business
Devices Supported
Linux, Mac, Windows, Web-based
Supported Countries
Asia, Australia, Canada, China, Europe, India, Latin America, Middle-East and Africa, United Kingdom, United States
Supported Languages

JumpBox for the Nagios 3.x Pricing

Starting from: $49.00/month

Pricing model: Open-source, Subscription

Free Trial: Available (No Credit Card required)

$49/mo includes access to this application and 60+ others. Support options available.

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Key Features of JumpBox for the Nagios 3.x

  • GUI-based administration tools
  • Automated local and remote backup options
  • Support for all major virtualization environments
  • One-click data migration mechanism
  • Access to updated versions of each JumpBox
  • Access to OVF templates for VMware ESX and VirtualBox
  • Optional runtime support
  • Ability to run JumpBoxes on Amazon EC2


Convenience: JumpBoxes provide all the power of Open Source with minimal complexity and headaches. Deployment and maintenance is reduced 90% and operation is greatly simplified via web-based administration tools. No more tedious patching or application upgrades.
Cost savings: A flat monthly rate gives you access to a wide variety of IT infrastructure including this application and over sixty others.
Control: Run your applications on your terms either in-house on your own virtualized hardware, in a data center or on Amazon's Cloud Computing system. With full root privileges over the machine so you have the power to customize any aspect of the application.
Portability: Running an application as a JumpBox enables you to move it amongst computing environments as your computing demands and resources change.
Freedom: Using Open Source applications means you're free from vendor lock-in. Running them as JumpBoxes means you're free from hosting provider lock-in.