The OpenNMS Group is here to make your OpenNMS experience painless and successful. Please feel free to contact us for deployment services and support.
OpenNMS is written mainly in Java, and thus it is supported on most operating systems. Each one has its own form of package management, so please choose the option that fits your hardware the best and install away.
For RPM-based distributions (Red Hat,CentOS, SuSE) it is easiest to use the “yum” command. Follow the instructions for adding the OpenNMS yum repository to the server.
For Mandriva, follow the instructions for using urpmi.
For deb based distributions (Debian/Ubuntu) follow the instructions for adding the OpenNMS apt repository to the server.
OpenNMS is available on Windows via an installer package. Follow the Windows instructions to get OpenNMS on the server.
Mac OS X
iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch
The OpenNMS iApp provides users of OpenNMS with quick access to everything they need to check their network’s status while on the go. You can view outages, alarms, and node information. You can even acknowledge alarms — and their associated notifications — right from your device!
The source code for both released versions of OpenNMS and versions under development can be found on Sourceforge.net.
What Our Clients Say
We are an ISP. Our network is what we actually sell, and that’s why we must have top performance from our network management system. We didn’t get top performance with our old system, but we do with OpenNMS. - Michael Micheletti, Manager of Engineering, TowerstreamRead More
In six hours, we had OpenNMS running with all the functionality that it had taken us three years to develop with Openview NNM. This was a rude but happy awakening. - Dale Meyerhoffer, Senior Network Analyst, Hershey Medical CenterRead More
I was the only IT person at the office, but with OpenNMS, it was easy to keep track of everything on the network, including our snow and ice-covered traffic light system. If there had been a problem, OpenNMS would have let me know. - John Jennery, City of Grapevine, TexasRead More