From s-team IT solutions:
TouchMon for Nagios - now on the iPad****************if you like to test TouchMon first, try the free iPhone version -> TouchMon Lite****************TouchMon for Nagios accesses your Nagios servers and natively displays the data on your iPad.Unlike other available Nagios frontend solutions, it does not require any changes in your server-side configuration. Just enter the server URL, username and password (you can also optionally ignore self-signed SSL certificate errors) and TouchMon for Nagios displays your network state in a meaningful way.With TouchMon for Nagios, you are also able to set downtimes and acknowledge problems - for both hosts and services.From now on, you don't have to pull up Safari to know what's going on - just open TouchMon for Nagios and it's all there; nicely partitioned into 'Problems', 'Hosts' and 'Hostgroups'.You can also set TouchMon for Nagios to reload the displayed data after a defined period of time has passed. Alternatively, you can shake your device to force a reload, or simply press the reload-button.Monitor your System health.Acknowledge problems.Set downtimes.Everwhere.Anywhere.TouchMon for Nagios has been tested with Nagios 2.10 - 3.2.3 as well as with Icinga 1.3 - 1.6. If necessary, updates for new Nagios versions will be provided.
What's new in this version:
* Icinga 1.8.4 support* Nagios 3.4.4 support* URL support (touchmon://)* HD graphics* Custom graph urls* Bugfixes