With each iteration, open-source network management tools get better. OpenNMS, Zenoss Core, NetXMS and Sensu Core deliver comprehensive monitoring, flexible reporting, cross-platform support and more.
Icinga's management software is well-documented, easy to install and has plenty of plug-ins, but could benefit from an easier install
Observium’s network monitoring software is mature platform with good documentation, but won’t export data from its Web interface.
Cellular, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Zigbee, Sigfox, NFC, Z-Wave - there are lots of wireless IoT technologies, and each has its up- and downsides.
RFID devices can be useful internet of things endpoints, but they should be checked for security and compatibility before deployment
Red Hat Enterprise Linux server has a lot going for it if you've got the budget for ongoing management costs
What you need to know to make an informed buying decision about Fedora