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  1. #1

    Remote proactive monitoring

    Hi All

    I'm looking for some software preferably Open Source that can work much like the way Silver-back and N-Able work. Both of those applications provide proactive monitoring of PC`s servers networks patch management remote management etc as well as monitoring different thresholds and producing detailed results by communicating with the client via a VPN tunnel or via a client that can be deployed from the console. Is there a Linux equivalent that can do the same for multiple clients?

    Essentially what I`m trying to manage are multiple clients in a small business scenario of which purchasing silver-back (now acquired by Dell) or N-Able could prove quite costly as we don't have the budget.

    Remote Monitoring for Managed Service Providers - N-able

    Dell Remote Monitoring

  2. #2
    Linux App Finder - System Management

    Nagios is very configurable and extendable.

  3. #3
    Many thanks for your input this looks like it can do the job!


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