The following Icinga subscriptions are available through us as an official Icinga reselling partner:
With an Icinga Developer Subscription or Icinga Repository Subscription you get access to the Icinga repository server to install Icinga and its components via rpm packages on RHEL 8+ and compatible systems. An Icinga Support Subscription provides 3rd level support from Icinga GmbH.
Q: From how many hosts is an Icinga Repository Subscription mandatory?
A: The free Icinga Developer Subscription is sufficient for up to 20 hosts running RHEL or compatible OS and Icinga. After the 21st host, an Icinga Repository Subscription is required.
Q: Is this possible without a subscription?
A: If you are using RHEL 8+ and compatible or rpm-based distributions such as SLES, you will need one of the two subscriptions – otherwise you will not be able to get rpm packages.
Q: How do you charge? Per Master or how exactly does it look like?
A: An Icinga Repository Subscription is independent of the number of Icinga Agents.
Q: With an Icinga Support Subscription, the number of servers is limited. How is an Icinga Server defined?
A: The definition of an "Icinga Server" includes both satellite and centrally managed Icinga Server components. For example: An Icinga Master consisting of 2 nodes (high availability setup) with 2 additional Satellites (i.e. 2 nodes each) results in 6 Icinga Servers (2 Master nodes + 4 Satellite nodes = 6 "Icinga Servers").
Q: How long does the Repository Subscription last?
A: The Icinga Repository Subscription is for one year.
Q: How is this solved technically?
A: Technically, you will be given credentials that you add to your .repo file in
Q: How much does an Icinga Repository Subscription cost?
A: We are happy to provide you with a quote. Just contact us.
Q: How do I get an Icinga subscription of any kind?
A: Just contact us.
Q: Do you have more information?
A: Here are some links: