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+ - Best system for Core Infrastructure Documentation

Submitted by reboot-qld
reboot-qld (2762861) writes "Ive been tasked with the job of coming up with a solution that would allow us to document Core Infrastructure systems. We are a company with over 300 Servers spread in 8 locations running Nix/Windows.
This would need to include Hardware / Software as well as any dependencies they have on other systems.
Having it do it automatically is not a must as we will need to do a full manual audit as well as there are systems turned off or fire walled off.
What would the Community recommend. Any help / Ideas would be most welcome."
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Best system for Core Infrastructure Documentation

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