If I remember correctly, I came across Nagios the first time in 2006. Since then monitoring systems and applications caught my interest and kind of stuck with me. My first public monitoring plugin was in 2008 (check_mysql_slavestatus), since then a lot of plugins have followed.
The following is a list of monitoring plugins I develop and/or maintain.
If you are looking for commercial support on any of these plugins (active or EOL) or need customized monitoring plugins or modifications, please contact us at Infiniroot.com.
This plugin is EOL
The following monitoring plugins are developed/maintained by other monitoring fellows but highly recommended:
AWS Android Ansible Apache Apple Atlassian BSD Backup Bash Bluecoat CMS Chef Cloud Coding Consul Containers CouchDB DB DNS Database Databases Docker ELK Elasticsearch Filebeat FreeBSD Galera GlusterFS Grafana Graphics HAProxy HTML Hacks Hardware Icinga Icingaweb Icingaweb2 Influx Internet Java KVM Kibana Kodi Kubernetes LXC Linux Logstash Mac Macintosh Mail MariaDB Minio MongoDB Monitoring Multimedia MySQL NFS Nagios Network Nginx OSSEC OTRS Office PGSQL PHP Perl Personal PostgreSQL Postgres PowerDNS Proxmox Proxy Python Rancher Rant Redis Roundcube SSL Samba Seafile Security Shell SmartOS Solaris Surveillance Systemd TLS Tomcat Ubuntu Unix VMWare VMware Varnish Virtualization Windows Wireless Wordpress Wyse ZFS Zoneminder