[dc-ops] Inventory management packages
chip.gwyn at gmail.com
Wed Sep 7 23:49:23 EDT 2011
On Wed, Sep 7, 2011 at 11:29 PM, Jay Ashworth <jra at baylink.com> wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Scott Berkman" <scott at sberkman.net>
>> I'd love to see something good here too.
>> I have used IPPlan for a while for IP address management, but it
>> doesn't handle the rest of the list.
> FEATURE REQUEST:
> If you were going to deploy a package like this to keep track of your
> physical infrastructure and all the physical and logical resources and
> assets that make it up, what would you want it to do?
> I envision something roughly akin to that GPLd groupware suite that
> surrounds the Horde, the name of which eludes me for the moment, but
> aimed specifically towards this sort of stuff: what cards are in which
> boxes, how big are the drives, which carrier does that PRI go to, and who
> do I call when it dies, what domain names do we have registered, and where
> are they registered, and where are the DNS servers, and what's in the zones
> and that sort of thing...
> What do you need to keep track of; what's your usecase?
> If the next 6 months go well, I might have a coder to throw at something
> like this, cause I'll need it... and my boss is FOSS friendly.
> -- jra
> Jay R. Ashworth Baylink jra at baylink.com
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Might want to take a look at RackTables. I haven't used it more than
some simple poking around, but seems close to what you're looking
Just my $.02, your mileage may vary, batteries not included, etc....
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