Discover what's on your network, Open-AudIT is the world's leading network discovery and audit program.
Open-AudIT is an application to tell you exactly what is on your network, how it is configured and when it changes. Most organizations cannot give accurate location data of their assets, Open-AudIT gives you this information in seconds.
Open-AudIT intelligently scans an organization’s network and stores the configurations of the discovered devices. This gives you immediate access to software licensing, configuration changes, non-authorized devices, capacity utilization and hardware warranty status reports.
Need an Open Source Audit Performed?
Open-AudIT is a world-leading network discovery, inventory and audit program. It will give you detailed information about your software licensing, configuration changes, non-authorized devices, capacity utilization and hardware warranty status reports.
The Opmantek team is here to help and answer any questions you might have about our full suite of network products and solutions. Open source software audits can identify undetected issues in your codebase. Learn how our audit services can help you understand the risks during an M&A. Most of our clients understand that an open source software audit differs from an automated scan.
An audit involves expert consultants analyzing a proprietary codebase using a combination of Black Duck® commercial tools and tools we’ve developed and use internally. The deliverable is a report that identifies open source in the code as well as associated risks.
If you’d like to understand our process—what comes before, during, and after—read on. Generally, customers who come to us are either acquirers looking to have Black Duck perform an open source software audit on the code of their target, or companies wanting us to audit their own code in anticipation of being acquired.
What is Open-AudIT?
There are other use cases as well; for example, it’s becoming more common for investors, lenders, and IP insurers to require or encourage Black Duck audits. Commonly during an M&A transaction, there is significant time pressure. So it’s critical, first thing, to scope the job, allowing all parties to quickly understand the time and costs involved.
We regularly amaze customers with our responsiveness when we get called in at the last minute, but scoping early can save everyone time and money (and headaches). I hate to hear customers or their counsel say, “We didn’t want to bring you in earlier, because we weren’t sure about the deal.” Don’t worry about us—in fact, lean on us.