Zenoss Uses Google For Network Visualization
Oct 19, 2007, 17:15 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Sometimes it's just not enough for network administrators to
know that a problem exists somewhere on the network. They need to
see where it is. So Zenoss decided to map it.
"Open source network management vendor Zenoss released Zenoss
Core 2.1, which integrates Google Maps into its network-reporting
interface. The feature provides a degree of visibility that Zenoss
did not have before, though other open source projects have dealt
with the visualization issue in other ways..."