Open Monitor and Mentoring Google Code





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Published on Dec 9, 2011

Adriano Marquez
Adriano (crowdSPRING) is a director of the Umit Project, an Open Source organization that develops network administration and monitoring tools. We have one specific project we're working on currently, that have some interesting technical challenges, which is the Open Monitor, which is a real time world wide monitor on internet availability. Adriano has also being a mentor on the Google Summer of Code program since 2007.

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