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Is there any comprehensible application what can allow me to track all the servers the organization am working for has(not cluster management though). I mean by that a way to see the specs of the servers, what has been deployed to that server. how much memory is consumed by tomcat, hard drive , etc.

Please if you know also opensource ones , that would be great

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closed as off topic by mdpc, Sven, ceejayoz, Magellan, sysadmin1138 Nov 27 '12 at 21:22

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You're looking for an inventory management system, and there are many out there. None of them are point-n-click, though; all require at least some per-server config on some servers. Also, product recommendations, including recon, is explicitly off topic in the FAQ. – sysadmin1138 Nov 27 '12 at 21:21
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Resource usage monitoring and configuration management are two separate topics. For configuration management, you can use a tool like puppet, chef or cfengine. For monitoring there are tools like nagios (alerting) and graphite (graphing, trending). All of these tools are open source.

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