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Ansible

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  Analyzed 8 months ago

Ansible is a radically simple configuration management, deployment, and ad-hoc task execution tool. It supports a wide variety of distributions, requires no software installed on managed machines, and users can get going in minutes. Extension modules can be written in any language.

996K lines of code

1,277 current contributors

10 months since last commit

107 users on Open Hub

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5.0
 
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salt

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Claimed by SaltStack Analyzed about 3 hours ago

Salt is a unified infrastructure management tool. By building on top of the world's fastest remote execution system Salt offers a singular approach to managing the cloud, private, public and multi.

603K lines of code

273 current contributors

10 months since last commit

85 users on Open Hub

Very Low Activity
4.69565
   
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Kubernetes

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  Analyzed 8 months ago

Container Cluster Manager: Kubernetes is an open-source platform for automating deployment, scaling, and operations of application containers across clusters of hosts. With Kubernetes, you are able to quickly and efficiently respond to customer demand: - Scale your applications on the fly. - ... [More] Seamlessly roll out new features. - Optimize use of your hardware by using only the resources you need. [Less]

1.51M lines of code

877 current contributors

10 months since last commit

52 users on Open Hub

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Quattor

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  Analyzed 8 months ago

Quattor is a system administration toolkit developed over ten years in the context of the European Grid. It provides powerful, portable and modular tools for the automated installation, configuration and management of clusters, grids and clouds running UNIX-like operating systems such as Linux. At ... [More] its heart, sits a powerful language, Pan, for describing configuration. It can be used to manage non-grid servers, desktops, virtual machines and much more. Developed to manage the clusters and services used in grid computing, Quattor is today being used to manage many separate infrastructures worldwide. From massive single-sites such as CERN to highly-distributed multi-site infrastructures such as Grid-Ireland and a few very large commercial companies operating hundreds of thousands of nodes. [Less]

407K lines of code

17 current contributors

8 months since last commit

17 users on Open Hub

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4.4
   
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Licenses: apache_2, EU_DataGr...

hashicorp/terraform

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  Analyzed 7 months ago

Terraform is a tool for building, changing, and combining infrastructure safely and efficiently.

1.15M lines of code

172 current contributors

7 months since last commit

10 users on Open Hub

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4.5
   
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Licenses: No declared licenses

juju

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  Analyzed 8 months ago

juju is devops distilled Through the use of charms, juju provides you with shareable, re-usable, and repeatable expressions of devops best practices. You can use them unmodified, or easily change and connect them to fit your needs. Deploying a charm is similar to installing a package on Ubuntu: ... [More] ask for it and it’s there, remove it and it’s completely gone. [Less]

1.7M lines of code

43 current contributors

9 months since last commit

7 users on Open Hub

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4.5
   
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Licenses: No declared licenses

netdata

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  Analyzed 8 months ago

Real-time performance monitoring, in the greatest possible detail. Netdata is the fastest way to visualize metrics. It is a resource efficient, highly optimized system for collecting and visualizing any type of real-time timeseries data, from CPU usage, disk activity, Network and QoS traffic, SQL ... [More] queries, API calls, web site visitors, etc. Netdata tries to visualize the truth of now, in its greatest detail, so that you can get insights of what is happening now and what just happened, on your systems and applications. For collecting data, it supports external plugins, even shell or node.js plugins. Any computer program, in any language, that can print a few lines of text on its standard output, can be a netdata data collector. [Less]

180K lines of code

140 current contributors

8 months since last commit

5 users on Open Hub

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4.33333
   
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StackStorm

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  Analyzed 14 days ago

StackStorm enables event driven automation. StackStorm software is a platform for integration and automation across services and tools. It ties together your existing infrastructure and application environment so you can more easily automate that environment -- with a particular focus on taking ... [More] actions in response to events. Noted for Orquesta a mistral based DSL for Orchestration. StackStorm helps automate common operational patterns. [Less]

252K lines of code

48 current contributors

14 days since last commit

5 users on Open Hub

Very High Activity
5.0
 
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DebOps

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  Analyzed 8 months ago

Your Debian-based data center in a box. A collection of Ansible playbooks, scalable from one container to an entire data center. DebOps is a framework * 100+ highly extensible roles with sane defaults * Tuned for production and works great for development * Built for modularity so extending ... [More] it is simple * Custom scripts to tie everything together [Less]

30K lines of code

58 current contributors

8 months since last commit

4 users on Open Hub

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5.0
 
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MediaWiki-Vagrant

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Claimed by Wikimedia Analyzed about 3 hours ago

MediaWiki-Vagrant is a portable MediaWiki development environment. It consists of a set of configuration scripts for Vagrant and VirtualBox that automate the creation of a virtual machine that runs MediaWiki. The virtual machine that MediaWiki-Vagrant creates makes it easy to learn about, modify ... [More] , and improve MediaWiki's code: useful debugging information is displayed by default, and various developer tools are set up specifically for inspecting and interacting with MediaWiki code, including a powerful debugger and an interactive interpreter. Best of all, because the configuration is automated and contained in a virtual environment, mistakes are easy to undo. [Less]

67.9K lines of code

33 current contributors

13 days since last commit

4 users on Open Hub

Moderate Activity
5.0
 
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