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Nlyte Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) is designed to help businesses manage the physical and virtual computing infrastructure including data centers, colocations, and edge computing.
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IR Collaborate is a unified communications monitoring platform designed to help businesses predict disruptions and optimize performance across on-premise, cloud, or hybrid audio, voice, and other collaboration systems.
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Docusnap is a software package for the inventory, categorization, and documentation of IT environments. The program documents the network structure as well as the versions of software, hardware, operating systems, and licenses used.
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Microsoft Visio is a cloud-based flowchart and diagram creation tool, designed to aid collaboration and connect real-time data with business workflows. The platform enables communication of complex information through data-linked diagrams, flowcharts, org charts, floor plans, and more.
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Google Cloud Platform is a modular-based platform providing multiple build and scale services to businesses of any size within any industry. It offers tools for document storage, data warehousing, security key enforcement, app creation, API management, AI and machine learning, live chat, and more.
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WhatsUp Gold uses a number of innovative Layer 2/3 discovery technologies — including ARP, SNMP, SSH, Virtual Infrastructure Management, IP addressing, ICMP and LLDP in combination with vendor-proprietary mechanisms — to discover everything connected to your network!
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Sunbird DCIM is a cloud-based data center management system which helps facility managers with asset tracking and capacity monitoring. Key features include request management, environment monitoring, 3D visualization, business intelligence, and search functionality.
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Visualize network partitions, dependencies, and bottlenecks in minutes with Datadog's network map. Get a real-time view of your network's topology and spot architectural inefficiencies and misconfigurations easily. Contextualize issues with metric overlays, get to the root-cause of errors.
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Make the best use of your Dev+Ops teams with a professional, user-friendly, and easy-to-use monitor with more than 50K customer installations across the five continents, Pandora FMS is an out-of-the-box monitoring solution: profitable and scalable, covering most infrastructure deployment options.
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Auvik’s cloud-based network management software automates network mapping to show you exactly what’s on a network, where it is, and how it’s connected. Auvik supports over 15,000 device types from more than 700 vendors, which means you’ll quickly understand every device on the network.
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Rumble is a network mapping software designed to help service providers scan networks and gain visibility into asset inventory. Administrators can add tag values to mark locations, owners, or groups across different assets.
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Our innovative universal data hub receives, converts and sends data from various sources to any target system in six simple steps, allowing fast, efficient and transparent communication within your company and with your business partners.
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NetFlow Analyzer is a network traffic analysis and troubleshooting software designed to help businesses monitor bandwidth usage, traffic trends, and applications. Features include pattern recognition, user management, threat detection, data visualization, and reporting.
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A hybrid application dependency mapping platform enables creation of interactive, real-time maps of your IT environment. Offers detailed visibility, real-time data, quick time to value, and is simple and easy to use.
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NMIS (Network Management Information System) is an open-source system designed to help businesses handle administration of various computer networks on a unified platform. It enables network engineers to conduct fault analysis, monitor IT systems’ performances, and gain insights into network status.
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Comprehensive & Continuous platform for discovery, mapping and assessing application relationships
See what’s connected to what
Understand what’s been changed
When it changed
What was the change impact
See how to fix it
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NetFlow Traffic Analyzer is a network mapping software designed to help IT professionals monitor bandwidth and assess traffic across networks. The platform enables administrators to gain insights into malicious traffic flows and troubleshoot issues on a unified interface.
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CySight enables organizations to tackle the increasing density, complexity, and expanse of modern physical and cloud networking. Deploying cyber network intelligence, CySight allows network and security teams to substantially accelerate incident response by eliminating blindspots, analyzing network telemetry to discover anomalies, uncover...
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HashiCorp Consul is an open-source networking software that helps organizations connect and secure distributed applications and services across any public or private cloud and all runtime platforms. Features include network segmentation, mesh gateway, key and value storage, and load balancing.
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Pathfinder helps businesses with visualizing, planning, documenting, and managing cabling and assets within IT infrastructure. Pathfinder modules include network mapping, simple network management protocol (SNMP), work order management, and a graphics module for documenting networks with drawings.
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MobileNOC is a network mapping and security software designed to help IT infrastructure engineers collaborate with team members to manage public or private cloud and Active Directory (AD) infrastructure. Administrators can gain visibility into layer 1, layer 2, and layer 3 devices, system logging protocol (Syslog) anomalies, latency timers, and...
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OSPInsight is a network mapping software designed to help businesses design, build and manage fiber optic networks from a centralized platform. Supervisors can track the location of installed fibers and maintain a record of fiber routes in a unified database.
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Forbattring is a quality management software designed to help businesses automatically create documents about official procedures. Administrators can capture digital signatures and collaborate with colleagues on different versions of documents.
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racksnet software is a manufacturer-independent network automation package compatible with various IT networks. A uniform user interface aims to streamline operations. It helps specific manufacturers eliminate the need for specialized IT training— significantly helping to save on costs.
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With Resolve Actions Express SaaS edition and Automation Accelerator packs, you can rapidly deploy IT automation across IT teams and develop automated workflows for your domain-specific use cases.
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