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I'm looking for a tool that lets me keep record of which servers I have, domain names, ip ranges, etc. Does anyone know of a tool that does all this? Could be either web-based or desktop (non-windows).

Update: I'm not about to start a hosting company, we outsource all our hosting. We just need the tool to keep track of our servers/ip ranges etc and do not have the time to test a lot of software because we are on a time constraint.

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Seirous? this is an established market with a dozen or so established commercial products (and some open source ones). Maybe you should consider doing some research before working in an area? ;) –  TomTom Mar 22 '12 at 7:42
    
In general,. webhostingtalk.com is a good place to start knowing that hosting is more than putting a server in a rack. –  TomTom Mar 22 '12 at 7:42
    
Well actually this is not our core business and born out of necessity. I've done my research but i do not have the time to test alot of software. So thats why i turn to the people who use it on a day-to-day basis. I know how hosting works, However -- we outsource EVERY little bit of the hosting, we just need the tool to keep track of our stuff. Thats why i'm asking this question. –  Stephen Mar 22 '12 at 7:45
    
@Stephen 3 out of your 4 Questions have negative scores, half were closed, half deleted... The one open question is borderline shopping as well. Server Fault is for System Administrators. It is not get free helpdesk from a pro. Please have a look at Super User and Unix & Linux. –  Chris S Feb 11 at 14:58
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Maybe a configuration management database?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Configuration_management_database

Try http://www.cmdbuild.org/en/

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