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IT Managed Services Provider Resource Recommendation Update on August 15, 2022

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Mibble is an open-source parser library for Java SNMP MIB. Explains, “It interprets MIB files and allows the API access to information like OIDs, types, descriptions etc. It is one of the open-source tools that offer a simple SNMP manager along with comprehensive MIBs.”

X2Go is a remote desktop solution that provides a graphical desktop of the connected computer through which you can access computers running Linux, Windows or Mac OS X. The main focus of this tool is Linux, i.e., the server must be Linux and some of the features are only available to with the Linux X2Go client. Likes it for application streaming and calls it “Very powerful.”

Seafile is a high-performance tool for syncing and sharing files. Features include markdown WYSIWYG editing, Wiki, file labeling, a drive client, privacy protection and more.

pgAdmin is a nice feature-filled, open-source administration and development platform for PostgreSQL.

Sharp SNMP Library is an open-source library that offers basic SNMP functionality on multiple platforms. “.NET and Mono. It functions as a source code repository for SNMP. Sharp SNMP Library is one of the open-source tools that can be integrated into Windows. It requires Visual Studio 2019 and .NET Core SDK for compilation.”

Context Editor is a fast, powerful Windows text editor that was originally created as a secondary tool for developers. Adds, “Lightweight Text Editor. Really good for HTML, PHP, Java, Anything with Code.”


How to produce good documentation is a helpful guide on how to create effective documentation for an existing environment or for any new project. By following the outlined steps and pointers, you can create something that is organized, current and complete enough to allow you—or anyone competent—to rebuild the environment from scratch if needed. You’ll also find a nice companion talk here.

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Optical Networking is an updated version of the popular tutorial that explains how fiber works, the best ways to work with it and more.

Introduction to Structured Data is a 4-part blog series explaining exactly what ‘Structured Data’ means and how it is useful in the context of network engineering.


Network Automation Nerds is a show hosted by author and netdevops expert Eric Chou that is intended for those looking to enhance their networking skills and knowledge. Features in-depth technical discussions on network automation, Python and the entire subject of network engineering.



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