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OneCMDB Configuration Management Database Featured

Current Version
2.0.1
Last Release Date
2009-09-03
Compatible With
  • Nagios 3.x
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OneCMDB Configuration Management Database
OneCMDB is an Open Source CMDB, Configuration Management Database, as defined by ITIL. It can read Nagios configuration files and store the result in the CMDB. It can also create Nagios configuration files from the data in the CMDB.
OneCMDB is an Open Source CMDB (Configuration Management Database) 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.

OneCMDB is easy to install and populate with data, either by hand or from other data sources. It has a user-specified data model that can be altered and enhanced without programming. OneCMDB allows you to easily:

* Create your CMDB data model, without writing a single line of code
* Populate the database, through auto-discovery of your network
* Get data from various external sources through a flexible import
and transform mechanism
* Import/export network configuration information to/from Nagios.
Reviews (1)
byckujau, July 25, 2018
No longer maintained - I don't understand why this is still a "featured" Nagios configuration tool?