DATAGERRY

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DATAGERRY

https://datagerry.com
Enterprise-Grade OpenSource CMDB with flexible data model.

A CMDB is a database which includes all informations about objects (i.e. servers, routers, locations, maintenance contracts), that are required for operating an IT infrastructure. Also the relationships between objects are stored (i.e. server a is placed on location b). Available solutions tend to be shipped with predefined object types, that often can only be customized with big efforts. DATAGERRY is an enterprise-grade OpenSource CMDB, where object types can be completely defined by the user and can be adapted at runtime. The stored data can be used in different ways, i.e. for automated export to external systems, an intelligent search within the data, or a reporting. All functions are implemented with the generic and the custom definition of object types in mind. With a plugin system, DATAGERRY can be extended easily – also by experienced users.





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