SYDI is the open source project aimed to help you to document your network.
At the most basic level SYDI consists of a collection of scripts which collects information from your servers and networks, then writes the data to a report.
Documenting a network can seem like a huge project, SYDI helps you get started. Instead of manually collecting information like ip addresses, os version, hardware configuration the scripts collects this automatically it can write directly to Word (or XML).
Ã‚Â· SYDI-Server is a tool for documenting Windows computers.
Ã‚Â· SYDI-Exchange is a tool for documenting MS Exchange Organizations.
Ã‚Â· SYDI-SQL is a tool for documenting MS SQL Servers.
Ã‚Â· SYDI-Linux is a tool for documenting Linux systems, now it only really supports Gentoo.
The SYDI Translation pack contains xml files which can be used to translate the SYDI-Server XML output to a localized Word.
Download: SYDI 2.3