OpenNMS Helps Keep Tabs On Networks - page 5
Balog is optimistic about the future and OpenNMS.
During our interview, his enthusiasm for the job was apparent. He confessed that he could go on and on about Linux and network management systems.
With 35 steady customers in Singapore, France, England, and the US and 4000 downloads of the software a month, he has good reason to be positive.
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