RSS 3 projects tagged "server monitoring"

No download No website Updated 16 Sep 2013 AggreGate Network Manager for Linux

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AggreGate Network Manager is an enterprise-grade network management platform. The system provides a rich set of data processing tools for monitoring IP networks, servers, routers, applications, services, traffic, and performance.

Download Website Updated 10 Aug 2011 It's All Good

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It's All Good is a simple service monitoring framework to make it easy to monitor various services on a server. Its API is dead simple, and a handful of modules are already available for common things like disk usage, checking that SMTP is running, SSL certs are valid, or a page's contents. It can easily be used with a service like Pingdom so that you can monitor your servers' health with only 1 alert (which you can get for free). It's small, compact, fast, and loads nicely on most mobile devices including your iPhone or Android device.

No download Website Updated 06 Sep 2011 Remote Desktop Connection Manager

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Pop 198.60
Vit 2.66

RD Connection Manager is a comprehensive remote connection management and publishing solution. It supports the world’s most popular remote desktop management protocols and provides comprehensive functionality to help users and system administrators organize their remote connections in various environments within any organization. Administration is simple with the ability to manage accounts, groups, and permissions. Sensitive data, such as user account settings, are encrypted with SSL. Strong connection security is supported. A single sign on system allows a user to establish multiple remote connections instantly after logging in. Supported protocols include RDP v.5, RDP v.6, VNC, and Citrix ICA.

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nftables

A configuration tool for managing Linux kernel packet filtering rules of the nf_tables packet filter.

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pydiction

A program that allows users to auto-complete Python code in Vim.