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  1. #1
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    Noc Monkey I think its the best

    Hello, last night i visit psoft.net and i find this: http://nocmonkey.psoft.net , i was read :http://nocmonkey.psoft.net/features.html
    Admin Level

    install new OS
    recovery boot server
    manage servers
    add/delete servers
    edit parameters of servers and served subnets
    prepare images from different Linux versions for further installation on servers

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    manage servers
    recovery boot server
    install new OS
    custom partition hard disks
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    i just downloded it and install on my network pc this work and its verry cool i just whant to recomand it to datacenters so if you like it give to your data center posibility to be special do this with Noc Monkey
    Thanks.
    Cosmin
    just let me know what you like and belive about this Thanks.

  2. #2
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    ThePlanet, 1and1, et al. have succeeded in making their own, which is probably what we'll do as well. On the other hand, this system seems kind of cheap on the low end. Companies with less than a few hundred servers might find some value in this.

    Perhaps someone who's used it will chime in on the pros and cons.

  3. #3
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    I believe what we have with NOC Monkey that 1and1/ThePlanet, etc - don't have is a way to grab an image of the OS. As much as I know most datacenters have technicians responsible for making the images that are later deployed to the servers. This is very time consuming.
    NOC Monkey is different as you can "grab" an image off the servers - and then re-plicate it when ever necessary.
    Igor Seletskiy
    CEO @ Cloud Linux Inc
    http://www.cloudlinux.com
    CloudLinux -- The OS that can make your Shared Hosting stable

  4. #4
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    Quote Originally Posted by iseletsk
    I believe what we have with NOC Monkey that 1and1/ThePlanet, etc - don't have is a way to grab an image of the OS. As much as I know most datacenters have technicians responsible for making the images that are later deployed to the servers. This is very time consuming.
    NOC Monkey is different as you can "grab" an image off the servers - and then re-plicate it when ever necessary.
    Hello this is true i`am aleardy using noc monkey for 3 servers we test it and i hope in 3 weeks to buy for 100 servers licensed Thanks for your ideea to make this software.

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