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VisualOps vs Webmin: What are the differences?

What is VisualOps? Visual DevOps Automation for Amazon Web Services. VisualOps has a WYSIWYG editor to design, configure and provision your AWS cloud applications. Once the applications are deployed, VisualOps continuously monitors and manages the apps to ensure they always run in the defined states.

What is Webmin? *A web-based system configuration tool *. It is a web-based interface for system administration for Unix. Using any modern web browser, you can setup user accounts, Apache, DNS, file sharing and much more. It removes the need to manually edit Unix configuration files.

VisualOps and Webmin belong to "Server Configuration and Automation" category of the tech stack.

Webmin is an open source tool with 1.04K GitHub stars and 307 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Webmin's open source repository on GitHub.

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Pros of VisualOps
Pros of Webmin
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    Satisfy documentation requirements
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    Review real-time resources (cpu, mem, stg, proc)
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    DNS Zone Editor
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    Modify ports and usage
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    Extensible and flexible
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    Modify applications
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    Free
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    Easy to use

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What is VisualOps?

VisualOps has a WYSIWYG editor to design, configure and provision your AWS cloud applications. Once the applications are deployed, VisualOps continuously monitors and manages the apps to ensure they always run in the defined states.

What is Webmin?

It is a web-based interface for system administration for Unix. Using any modern web browser, you can setup user accounts, Apache, DNS, file sharing and much more. It removes the need to manually edit Unix configuration files.

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