The first version of Nagios was developed by Microsoft and was initially launched in 1993 as the Microsoft Internet Explorer Web server.
Nagios 1.0.2, released in 2005, introduced a few major features.
It introduced a unified login system, support for multiple domains, a better browsing experience and a much faster boot process.
The company also improved its website by introducing a new homepage design and new pagination capabilities.
Nagio 1.1, released two years later, introduced features such as a more user-friendly interface, a new search engine and a new tabbed browsing experience.
Nagielink 1.3.3, released on March 18, 2018, introduced many improvements, such as improved support for Microsoft Internet-of-Things devices and a more modern search engine.
In the years that followed, Nagios continued to evolve, adding new features such a browser extensions system, a revamped email app, improved RSS feeds, improved webpages and a host of other enhancements.
Nagies 2.0, released a year later, added many more features such support for the Microsoft .NET Framework and a better search engine, as well as improved functionality in the browser.
Nagium 18.104.22.168 and 2.6.1 released on December 21, 2017, included many new features, including the ability to manage domains, and improved functionality of the browser in general.
Nagiby 1.8.3 released on April 14, 2018 added the ability for users to create a Nagios domain.
Nagigier 1.4.1 updated the Nagios browser to support more browsers, improved its search engine to support multiple domains and improved its pagination.
Nagimod 1.6 released on October 18, 2017 added support for a new CMS and improved pagination, while also adding support for HTTP caching.
Naginik 1.5 released on November 16, 2017 improved paginating and support for caching, while adding support to support HTTP caching and improved support of the new Web-server.
Nagos 2.2.2 released on June 20, 2018 improved support in the DNS, and added support to the Web-servers caching features.
Nagnix 1.2 and 1.10 released on February 17, 2019 added support of multiple domains to the browser, improved support and improvements in the search engine pagination and improved compatibility with the new Apache web server.
For more information, please visit Nagios’ blog.
Nagie 1.14 released on August 15, 2019 improved support, improved paginations, improved search engine support, and more.