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Zabbix is an open-source monitoring software tool for various IT components, including networks, servers, applications, databases, virtual machines, and cloud services.

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Zabbix supports multiple platforms (Windows, Linux, Unix, etc.). Zabbix is released under the GPL license, thus is free for commercial and non-commercial use. There are no limitations on the number of monitored devices; you can use Zabbix to monitor many thousands of devices absolutely free.

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    🎁 Free Tool
    📖 Open Source

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