I own and manage JDisc and its network inventory and discovery products. Before I started JDisc, I worked quite a long time for Hewlett-Packard developing software for network assessments and inventory projects. Feel free to contact me on Linked-In or Xing.

Detect your J2EE Application Servers

J2EE application servers are very popular nowadays as they provide a scalable and stable platform for your enterprise scale applications. However administrators can easily loose control when departments deploy new applications or new J2EE servers. J2EE servers often do not use the platform’s standard installation procedures. Especially Oracle WebLogic and JBoss use either their own…

New CMDB Partner: i-doit

We are happy to announce a new CMDB integration with i-doit from Synetics. Synectics offers a free open source and a commercial edition. Together with i-doit, we have created a tailored JDisc Discovery version called “JEDI” (JDisc Essential Discovery for i-doit). Current information discovered by JDisc can be easily imported into i-doit. The data import…

Supported Discovered Devices

JDisc Discovery 2.9 – Build 2921

JDisc keeps on moving forward with its network inventory and documentation software JDisc Discovery and releases build 2921 after a two month development cycle. Our development delivered a bunch of new features, improvements, and some bug fixes. The changes affecct integrating common network troubleshooting tools, improvements within the network topology algorithm, support for new devices…