Useful Drupal modules
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Recommendations (for and against) are my personal opinion only and may be out of date. Feel free to email with corrections/suggestions.
Why haven't you mentioned Drupal 9? As of February 2022 I've updated all the sites I look after to Drupal 9 (experience: mixed). I haven't decided how to label future version compatibility as D10 will be coming soon as well. The upgrade_status module is superb. You're bound to have issues with composer. Also watch out for a nasty session headers bug with redirect_after_login.
What about sites still running Drupal 7? In short I still recommend leaving them on Drupal 7. Your decision is really if you will gain anything from Drupal 8/9 and for many then answer will be no, and one of the main hassles - apart from converting each content type one at a time, and setting up a new theme, will be recreating all your views by hand, as views can't be automatically upgraded.(1 modules in list)
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A fork of the System Status module, but with a Symfony app for you to install to act as a server, rather than using a paid third-party service. Monitor core/module update status of multiple Drupal sites. If you're familiar with Nagios and NRPE, it's a little bit like that, but for Drupal modules, and more lightweight. Note the server uses MongoDB, so you need to install that, plus the PHP extension, and it communicates with a public key-pair, though it should set that up itself.