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XyWin.Net is a project to develop an extensible monitoring client for the XyMon monitoring system. It will replace the legacy BBwin client on Windows systems. It is being developed in C Sharp under the .Net V2 framework.

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  • Monitor Windows servers for XyMon / Hobbit
  • Modular, object oriented framework for easy extension development.
  • Configure multiple combinations of monitoring tasks and XyMon servers
  • All monitoring tests performed by separately built plug-ins accessing the common XyWin.Net framework.
  • Runs as Windows Service


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