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The OpenNMS iApp provides users of the open-source network management platform OpenNMS (http://www.opennms.org/) with quick access to everything...

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OpenNMS Compass

The OpenNMS Mobile Client

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OpenNMS Outages

Displays list of outages on an OpenNMS server and launches browser for details.


BlackBerry hires former HTC exec to run its devices unit

Ron Louks will take on the role as head of BlackBerry's Devices and Emerging Solutions.

By January 6, 2014


Flash! Hyperic acquires OpenNMS to get vigintillions of customers

This is not a real story. There was no acquisition.

By April 1, 2008


Is Cittio ripping off the OpenNMS community?

Can one steal from an open-source project? Of course.

By March 5, 2008


InfoWorld's two minds on open source's value

InfoWorld's Bossie awards are supposed to judge the best open-source software, but publication ends up muddying the water with business models.

By August 31, 2009


The Open Source CEO: Bill Karpovich, Zenoss (Part 14)

In this fourteenth installment of the Open Source CEO Series, we talk with Bill Karpovich of Zenoss.

By June 25, 2007


The Open Source CEO: Ranga Rangachari, Groundwork (Part 9)

In this ninth installment of the Open Source CEO Series, I talk with Ranga Rangachari of Groundwork, an open source IT management company.

By June 21, 2007


Start-ups team to push open-source boundaries

A fledging consortium of open-source management companies looks to shake up the industry as incumbent vendors try to get on board.

By July 21, 2006


Hyperic tries open-source management

Start-up applies the open-source model to the enterprise management software business.

By July 17, 2006


Red Hat reels in new network services

The Linux seller acquires NOCpulse, a start-up whose server monitoring software is expected to speed the expansion of services offered through the Red Hat Network.

By October 17, 2002


Atipa shucks Linux hardware business

The Kansas City, Mo.-based company is selling its computer business to Microtech and focusing all of its resources on software products.

By April 2, 2001