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Replace Damware (now solarwinds) utilities ??

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Hello

We are using the above.  Not as good as it used to be.  Looking to replace it, any suggestions?

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If you don't like SolarWinds, look at "What's up Gold" or LibreNMS.  What's up Gold (Wug) is a cheaper alternative.  And LibreNMS is free.
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Both are monitoring right?
Dameware is more of a management tool.
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These days, they all monitor and manage the network.  Monitoring is done through SNMP, and they manage the configurations by tracking changes and backing up the configs.
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