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Digital Rebar

simple, fast and open-ecosystem infrastructure automation with strong Infrastructure as Code (IaC) design.

Digital Rebar (aka DRP) is a RackN licensed-core platform with an open ecosystem suite of both licensed and open APLv2 components. The fourth generation platform provides a simple yet complete API-driven DHCP/PXE/TFTP provisioning and workflow system.

Digital Rebar Platform and Ecosystem are designed together to be a complete data center provisioning, content scaffolding and infrastructure workflow platform with a cloud native architecture that completely replaces Cobbler, Foreman, MaaS, Ironic or similar technologies. DRP offers a single golang binary (less than 30MB) with no dependencies capable of installation on a laptop, RPi or switch supporting both bare metal and virtualized infrastructure.

Key Features:

Platform Capabilities:
  • API-driven infrastructure-as-code automation
  • Multi-boot workflows using composable and reusable building blocks
  • Event driven actions via Websockets API
  • Extensible Plug-in Model for public, vendor and internal enhancements
  • Dynamic Workflow Contexts (allows using APIs when agents cannot be run)
  • Distributed Multi-Site Management
  • Integrated Secure Boot, SSO and Highly Available options.
  • Supports ALL orchestration tools including Chef, Puppet, Ansible, SaltStack, Bosh, Terraform, etc
Open Ecosystem Plugins:
  • RAID, IPMI, Redfish, and BIOS Configuration
  • Cloud-like pooling capabilities
  • Classification engine for automated workflow
Digital Rebar Provision

Community Resources from https://rebar.digital

Build Status Go Report Card GoDoc Documentation Latest Status

Install & Quick Start

Our :ref:`rs_quickstart` has fast play-with-it steps. Don't worry, they are very simple and take 10 to 20 minutes. Consult the :ref:`rs_install` guide for more details on the install steps.

Current Stable Line is the :ref:`rs_release_v47` and next Release is planned to be :ref:`rs_release_v48`. See :ref:`rs_release_summaries` for a complete list.

Components & Extensions

Digital Rebar Provision is composable by design. Much of our advanced funtionality is exposed in :ref:`rs_content_packages` that are added into the system as content and plugins which have documentation embedded in the extension.

Table of Contents

Reading on Github? Visit Generated Docs for a generated ToC.

.. toctree::
   :includehidden:
   :numbered:
   :maxdepth: 1

   doc/install
   doc/environment
   doc/features
   doc/server
   doc/configuring
   doc/release
   doc/workflows
   doc/deployment
   doc/operation
   doc/high-availability
   doc/integrations
   doc/os-support
   doc/ux/portalux
   doc/cli
   doc/api
   doc/dev/dev-contributing
   doc/knowledge-base
   doc/arch
   doc/content-packages
   doc/rackn/license
   Trademark
   doc/fun-facts


Licenses

Digital Rebar Server is proprietary licensed software available in compiled binary format from RackN Rebar.

Code for Digital Rebar client and many catalog componets is available from multiple authors under the Apache 2 license.

Digital Rebar documentation is available from multiple authors under the Creative Commons license with Attribution.

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