GroundWork Announces GroundWork Monitor Core

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New GroundWork Monitor Core free for a maximum of 50 monitored devices


We feel that GroundWork Monitor Core is an important way to contribute to the open source community, in addition to our other contributions.

GroundWork Inc., ( the leading open platform for network, application and cloud monitoring, announced today that it has released GroundWork Monitor Core. A free, feature-identical version of GroundWork’s flagship product GroundWork Monitor Enterprise, Core offers a maximum of 50 monitored devices and community based support.

“For some time, GroundWork has wanted to release a free version of GroundWork Monitor Enterprise,” said Dave Lilly, CEO and co-founder of GroundWork. “We feel that Core is an important way to contribute to the open source community, in addition to our other contributions.”

GroundWork Monitor Core provides all the same product features as GroundWork Monitor Enterprise. The new Core version is ideal for small environments.

GroundWork Monitor Core includes:

  •     A Copy of the Newly Released GroundWork Monitor 6.6
  •     License to monitor up to 50 devices
  •     Community-based support
  •     New Postgres database backend, for improved performance

To learn more about GroundWork Monitor Core and its features visit:

About GroundWork
GroundWork ( is the leading open platform for systems and network management software, delivering enterprise-class network, system, application, and cloud monitoring solutions at a fraction of the cost of proprietary solutions.

GroundWork’s approach gives customers the flexibility to use diverse open source and proprietary tech-nologies together under a unified web services portal, allowing users to leverage the advantages of open source while simultaneously preserving existing investments in legacy management tools.

GroundWork Monitor Enterprise Edition powers organizations in more than 50 countries, like Alexza Pharmaceuticals, Crocs, National Australia Bank, Siemens, Travel Click and World Bank.


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