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Alternatives to N-Able for Remote Site Monitoring

We have been using n-able for about a year and a half now and while it is a solid solution, some configuration options are extremely confusing - ie, creating notifications, etc.

I was curious if anyone has a solid, easy-to-use alternative to n-able for remote site monitoring?
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Servers Alive works pretty good for us.  Lots of config options and can do any check we can think of.

here is a link I stumbled across lastnight that I meant to look through today.

http://www.hashemzahran.com/4-free-open-source-network-management-software/
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My favorites:

Spiceworks: http://www.spiceworks.com/
Nagios: http://www.nagios.org/
PRTG: http://www.paessler.com/prtg/

And then we have this page, look for the post of madunix. Might be something in there: https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/26748566/Good-Monitoring-Tool.html?cid=748&anchorAnswerId=34841205#a34841205
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I probably should have listed a few requirements:

-  do not want free/open source solution

-  would like a hosted solution - don't want to install a server-side piece

-  we are consulting firm, so ideally it would manage multiple clients with multiple devices at each client
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we use n-able, and if you are your own business owner, there are a lot of similiar software, maybe better - but the dollar for dollar return that i have gotten from their consulting and documentation for sales has been very worth it.