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Paessler AG
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Paessler AG develops, sells and supports powerful, easy-to-use and affordable network monitoring software.
Paessler AG develops, sells and supports powerful, easy-to-use and affordable network monitoring software.

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It's really is easy: Build your own temperature monitoring using a #RaspberryPi and #PRTG. 🔥❄️

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#PRTG love ❤️ is in the air—even the Xenomorph seems unexpectedly happy... :D
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16.05.17
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Rejoignez notre nouveau groupe LinkedIn en français !

Voulez-vous en savoir plus sur la solution PRTG ?
Notre équipe a hâte de vous y voir !

https://www.linkedin.com/groups/13521013


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Help us win at the prestigious Network Computing Awards 2017 and vote for #PRTG and #Paessler! :-) We got nominated for the following four categories:

- Network Management Product of the year
- Software Product of the Year
- Product of the Year
- Company of the Year

http://www.networkcomputing.co.uk/ncawards/?page=nca2017voting

Your help is much appreciated!

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Interesting podcast: Niantic and how they implemented #PokemonGo, including the scaling issues they ran into:

https://www.gcppodcast.com/post/episode-57-pokemon-go-with-edward-wu/

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Help us win at the prestigious Network Computing Awards 2017 and vote for #PRTG and #Paessler! :-) http://www.networkcomputing.co.uk/ncawards/?page=nca2017voting

We got nominated for the following four categories:

- Network Management Product of the year
- Software Product of the Year
- Product of the Year
- Company of the Year

Your help is much appreciated!


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PRTG --> all green! :-) 
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[New Blog] The Easiest Way to Identify the Active Node in a Windows Cluster

If you run a Windows cluster and want to know which of your nodes is currently active, you must actively look for this. If one node goes down and another one takes over, you will only notice this the next time you manually check. To improve this process, our Presales engineer Simon has written a script which you can integrate into PRTG.

https://www.paessler.com/blog/2017/01/23/all-about-prtg/identify-active-node-in-windows-cluster?utm_source=plus.google.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=osm

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Pardon the pun: #PRTG is running on Windows! 😆Spotted in Paris ... 
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