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[News] The Linux Box Partner Spreads Free Software

  • Subject: [News] The Linux Box Partner Spreads Free Software
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 14 Jan 2010 03:18:34 +0000
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Opsera and The Linux Box Partner to Expand U.S. Market for Opsview
Open Source System Management Suite

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| The Linux Box is partnering with Opsera Limited 
| to become an official Opsview reseller in the 
| United States, with the goal of expanding the 
| national presence of this award-winning network 
| and infrastructure monitoring software suite.
| Opsview provides comprehensive system 
| management capabilities used to monitor the 
| health of today's most complex data centers. It 
| enables IT managers to identify and fix issues 
| with their systems before they impact system 
| availability. Opsview enhances the widely used 
| Nagios monitoring framework by adding many 
| additional configuration, graphing and 
| management capabilities, while remaining 100 
| percent compatible. Opsview earned the Product 
| Excellence award for Best System Management 
| Tool at LinuxWorld Expo in 2008.



Nagios Enterprises Announces the Availability of Support Contracts for Nagios;
Discounts Through June 30th

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| Nagios Enterprises, LLC announces the launch of official support contracts
| for Nagios - the industry standard in Open Source IT infrastructure
| monitoring. Support plans are competitively priced for budget-conscious
| organizations and start at just $2,495 per year. Discounts are offered for
| customers who purchase support plans through June 30, 2009.


Open source monitoring shines light on firm's servers

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| Released in 2002 under the GPL, Nagios watches hosts and services that
| are specified by the user and issues alerts when things go wrong, and
| again when they get better.

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