On Mon, 17 Oct 2016, Daniel Pocock wrote:

> The Sensu web site claims that their monitoring tool, Sensu, provides
> "Monitoring that doesn't suck" and "reuse monitoring checks and plugins
> from legacy monitoring tools like Nagios, Icinga, Zabbix, and many more"
> Is Icinga/Icinga2 considered to be "legacy", or is that only the opinion
> of the Sensu developers?
icinga1 as being a fork of nagios, can be probably seen as legacy. 
Icinga2 is a complete new Software with different concepts, a new codebase
and a bunch of new and cool features seen nowhere else. It is far away from
being legacy.


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