DMO stands for Database of Managed Objects.
Version: 2.4 BetaDMO stands for "Database of Managed Objects." This is a tool for documenting all objects within a data center.
Operating System: Linux
Database of Managed Objects provides an object-based overlay on a MySQL database, with a Web-based interface, which allows new objects to be defined in a hierarchy.
Each object can have attributes defined, which are inherited by objects below in the hierarchy. Information can be imported in CSV or XML format, and reports can be produced in XML, CSV, PDF and HTML formats.
DMO uses PHP and MySQL to support documentation of all network and system objects within your computing environment. It offers a Web interface that enables easy navigation through objects, instances and attributes, with XML and access controls.
What's New in This Release:
Â· This is the first significant release of DMO for nearly two years.
Â· It works with Linux and Windows (XAMPP), but should work well with any LAMP stack including PHP4.
Â· New features include much more graphical viewing, as well as mapping objects onto maps with drill-down to additional layers of maps following dependency trails, a new Flash viewer for browsing through objects, and the ability to create chains of objects based on any attribute type (where any other object can be an attribute of any other object).