The Slurp’it architecture is build and based on years of experience and customer feedback. When I worked in the Airplane communication field the rule of thumb was, technology should have proven itself for at least 7 years before we used it. We applied the same...
This major update requires a bit of changes for your running setup. Architecture changesWe created a new service (docker image) which will handle all the database requests. This service is called Warehouse. For this reason it’s required to pull the latest...
Our versioning is setup like: 1.x.x = Majorx.1.x = Minorx.x.1 = Build number 1.0.6 Included a plugin worker for better NetBox cloud support Disabled SSL validation for self signed NetBox deployments Changed the way to test the NetBox communication to avoid CORS errors...
What is Slurp'it? Slurp’it is a powerful and easy-to-use network inventory discovery solution that requires no coding and can discover any network data from 117+ vendors. What makes us unique is that you can easily expend the data that must be collected by...
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