Inventory & CMDB

Tools and applications | Inventory & CMDB
A configuration management database (CMDB) is a database that acts as a data warehouse for storing a range of relevant information about hardware and software assets (commonly referred to as configuration items (CI)) in an organisation, as well as the relationships between them. The repository provides a means of understanding the collection of critical assets and their relationships, such as information systems, upstream sources or dependencies of assets, and the downstream targets of assets. Source: Wikipedia

OCS Inventory
Open Computer and Software Inventory Next Generation is free software that enables users to inventory IT assets. OCS-NG collects information about the hardware and software of networked machines running the OCS client program. OCS can visualize the inventory through a web interface.
Spice Works
Simple, easy-to-use network monitoring software. Real-time status and alerts for your critical devices. Catch problems… before users even notice.
Fusion Inventory
FusionInventory website with documentation and news of this wonderful inventory and software deployment tool 😉
Rack Tables
Racktables is a nifty and robust solution for datacenter and server room asset management. It helps document hardware assets, network addresses, space in racks, networks configuration and much much more!
Automate large-scale, complex and mission critical IT infrastructure
Snow Inventory
Discover devices, software and cloud services on all platforms, audit software installs and track usage
OneCMDB is a CMDB aimed at small and medium sized businesses. OneCMDB can be used as a stand-alone CMDB to keep track of software and hardware assets and their relations. Thanks to its open API:s it can also be a flexible and powerful Configuration Management engine for other Service Management software.

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