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Slideshow: Ten Free Security Monitoring Tools

Freebie apps can save you money, but deployment may not be so free
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Zenoss is an enterprise-class open source server and network monitoring solution that distinguishes itself through its virtualization and cloud monitoring capabilities, which are frequently difficult to find in older free monitoring tools.

Zenoss display, screen shot first published on webAJ.com

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8/19/2014 | 8:56:55 AM
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Thanks for the list of the tools. I was surpsised that some of the named tools are free of charge as I have always thought that I have to pay when I get them. Are they really free or are they free only for trial versions?

I think sometimes it is better to pay and get a reliable and stable tool for th whole time. For example, I use the software Anturis, which is completely free up to 5 monitors. If you want more, then you will have to pay, but the price is about 25 dollars per year. I think with such tools guarantee constant support.

 
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