[lug] asset management software/site for IT resources?

P. Hoemke hoemke.paul at gmail.com
Sun Nov 4 13:17:55 MST 2018

Not sure if it’s exactly the perfect fit, but I have used Snipe-IT before,
and it did everything I wanted and then some:


DIY open source, or hosted. Was fairly straightforward once I got my head
in the basic paradigm.

HTH, YMMV, ¢2, etc.


On Sun, Nov 4, 2018 at 12:31 Bear Giles <bgiles at coyotesong.com> wrote:

> Does anyone have recommendations for asset management software/sites for
> modest IT resources? I have just enough computers, external drives, thumb
> drives, etc., that I think I should check it out.
> Obviously it would be beneficial if it understood linux-type hierarchies:
> a system contains one or more hard drives, drives can contain one or more
> partitions, the partitions may have specific flags contain specific data
> (e.g., I might have a dedicated partition for my database tablespace), etc.
> I've started tracking it in Confluence (only $10/year for up to ten
> people!) but it's just an ad hoc file. Something focused on asset
> management would probably be better as long as the learning curve isn't too
> steep.
> (Hmm... maybe I could still do some things fairly easily, e.g., print bar
> codes / QR codes that my phone can scan for a summary of the external drive
> / thumb drive instead of using a small font...)
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