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Choosing a Tool to Monitor Your Network

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Recently we have worked with a small company who was trying to determine the best tool to monitor their network. They had heard of Nagios and wanted to explore that option first. They also were most interested in an Open Source option as they did not want to have renew licenses to lower their ongoing cost. In this type of evaluation, there are a lot of things to consider.
 read more | score:7536 | -aweber, May 3, 2012
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