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  • SolarWinds is #1 in network monitoring. SolarWinds is #1 in network monitoring. Icon
    SolarWinds is #1 in network monitoring. Icon

    Reduce network outages and improve performance with advanced network monitoring software.

    SolarWinds® Network Performance Monitor (NPM) is the ONLY monitoring solution with NetPath™ for hop-by-hop visibility into your critical paths, on-premises and into the cloud. NPM also features PerfStack™, helping you accelerate identification of root cause by dragging-and-dropping network performance metrics on a common timeline for immediate visual correlation across all of your network data. See why we're the leader. Try it free for 30 days!
  • Modern Object Pascal coding? Try Delphi Modern Object Pascal coding? Try Delphi Icon
    Modern Object Pascal coding? Try Delphi Icon

    The most powerful Object Pascal IDE and library for cross-platform Native App Development with flexible Cloud services and broad IoT connectivity

    Delphi is the choice for developers wanting the power, readability and flexibility of the Modern Object Pascal language, coupled with native compilers and component libraries for fast single source code development on Windows, macOS, iOS, Android and Linux. Get Started with a FREE, fully functional 30-day license of Delphi.
  • Debreate - Debian Package Builder Icon

    Debreate - Debian Package Builder

    Create installable packages for Debian based systems.

    Debreate is a utility to aid in creating installable Debian packages (.deb). The goal behind the project is to make developing for Debian based Linux distributions more appealing, with an easy to use interface for packaging applications, artwork, media, themes, etc. Currently, it only supports "binary" packaging which allows packaging of anything that does not require being compiled from source, such as scripted applications or media. These packages can then be used for personal distribution. Plans for using backends such as dh_make & debuild for creating source packages are in the works. But source packaging can be quite different & is a must if you want to get your packages into a distribution's official repositories or a Launchpad Personal Package Archive (PPA).

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