Justin Warren from eigenmagic writes:
I have a lot of experience with performance and capacity management.
Some years ago, a colleague and I got fed up with the failings of enterprise tools like Concord eHealth, and also the limitations of low-end tools like MRTG. We wanted something that was easy to use like MRTG, but powerful as well. Back then, this was a big gap.
So we did what any insane technical person does: we wrote our own. Several times. This was one of my failures at doing a software startup, really.
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