IT Infrastructure Landscape for SysAdmins


August, 2016

Open Source

The IT Infrastructure Landscape page will help you  to find quickly Open source Projects in different areas from monitoring to cloud orchestration.

Finding this solutions and frameworks is not always easy and takes a lot of time and research. Yes there are the widely know solutions such as Nagios for network monitoring and Asterisk for IP Telephony which already are household names but you might miss out on a lot of other great solutions just because they are harder to find. Since the Open Source landscape is vast you will find a lot of solutions that are sadly not up to par with some of the commercial ones, so i was more than happy when i stumbled over a website that took up the tedious task of creating a list with a great selection of some of the best open source solutions specifically for IT Infrastructure, grouped them and displayed them nicely.

thanks to Alen Krmelj a system administrator who took the initiative to start this project here the link to his blog:

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Screenshot of the IT Admin Landscape page

Click the Button on the left side to go to the IT Landscape page. If you know of a Great Open Source framework or software and see its missing from the list you can click the plus sign and fill in the Info, after a screening of the information it will be added by Alen.

News and Updates from dottoremoe

I Hope you enjoyed the IT Infrastructure Landscape page.  Myself i am working on the new version of opscontrol which has some enhancements and big changes, most notably Pandora monitoring will not be used any longer and replaced with NetXMS which is fully open source and has a great set of features as well its easier to use and a great collection of videos to get you started, furthermore we will add Apache Guacamole into the mix. Apache guacamole is a client less remote desktop gateway. It supports standard protocols like VNC, RDP, and SSH. It is called client less because no plugins or client software are required. Thanks to HTML5, once Guacamole is installed on a server, all you need to access your desktops is a web browser.

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