Jan 22, 2019 6:00 AM 1+ mon ago
Network management tools have come a long way from the early command-line products with arcane, text-based configuration files that kept everyone except the resident (typically Linux) guru in the dark. Today?s management tools, replete with desktop or web-based GUIs, easy installs and configuration wizards, are far more accessible. With each iteration vendors find ways to make these tools more powerful and easier to use. For this review, we evaluated newer versions of three established open-source network management products ? OpenNMS, Zenoss Core and NetXMS ? as well as a relative newcomer, Sensu Core. All four products are free and open source.To read this article in full, please click here...Read more.
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