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System monitoring with Pandora FMS 4.0

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Pandora FMS Team have published Pandora FMS 4.0. This version 4.0 has a lot of new features and bug fixes, since the previous version v3.2.1 ten months ago. Some new features are:

- Faster network and recon servers.
- Support for Oracle and PostgreSQL.
- Event correlation.
- Extension and improvement of reports (SLA graphics, TOP n, different wizards, etc).
- New plugins of VmWare 4.1 centralized monitoring and of Amazon EC2.
- New agents with delegated monitoring, proxy and preconditions.
- Skin system.
- SNMP trap manager improved with regular expresions.
- Inventory with Pandora with historic.
- Documentation with more than 600 pages (english, spanish, japanese).
- Packages for all distributions, and images for VMware and Amazon EC2.

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