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August 2008

About Opsview |

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Opsview is enterprise network and application monitoring software designed for scalability, flexibility and ease of use. Opsview has been in development since 2003 and is released under the GNU GPL license. Current version is 2.12. Opsview is a fully integrated monitoring tool that incorporates popular Open Source software including Nagios, Net-SNMP and RRDtool. The Catalyst web framework provides an extensible monitoring and configuration user interface. Opsview software is supported on Linux (Debian, CentOS, RHEL and Ubuntu) and Solaris 10. It will monitor all common operating systems including Windows. Opsview extends the capabilities of Nagios in the following ways: * Distributed monitoring with high availability and fail-over * Much improved SNMP support with trap processing with rules engine * API supporting automation of Opsview configuration * Data warehouse for storage of historical performance and event data * Opsview Reports customisable reporting * Powerful configuration and management UI * Extended monitoring UI * Extensible architecture based on Catalyst Web Framework and Altinity middleware software

December 2006

Talend - Open Source

alend's open source approach breaks rank with the traditional principles of the enterprise software and ETL tools markets. By publishing the code of its core and base modules under GPL license, Talend offers the developer community the possibility to improve the product and make enhancements that everyone can benefit from. Nevertheless, Talend will not solely rely on the open source community for product evolution. The company integrate its own R&D team to drive the road map and development cycles for future versions. Talend dedicates 70% of its resources to research and development. In selecting Perl as the development language and completely opening the solution, Talend is ensuring the robustness of its products and services. It is highly unlikely that any of the proprietary solution vendors would be able to make similar claims and risk becoming absorbed, merged or diluted.