Ok so I have a current bare metal Windows installation of LMS 4.2 managing around 400 devices.
I recently added some wireless capabilities and so I want to install PI 2.1 to manage that piece, and I was considering collocating this with some other services on a VM host.
Now here is my dilemma. Support for LMS seems to be pretty much non-existent and I would like to abandon it. Will PI 2.1 replace that functionality? Config management, syslog, fault management, etc? I am trying to decide if I want to spin off my existing LMS installation to a VM and install PI on the LMS hardware. That decision is predicated on whether or not PI is a viable replacement.
Is PI support any better than LMS support? I really have a bad taste in my mouth and if I have to lay out any money for this PI upgrade I would seriously consider jumping ship for something else.
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