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     * [[https://​github.com/​sebastien/​cuisine|Cuisine]] - a bit of higher-level functionality for Fabric     * [[https://​github.com/​sebastien/​cuisine|Cuisine]] - a bit of higher-level functionality for Fabric
   * Func   * Func
 +  * [[http://​rundeck.org/​|RunDeck]] - provides a web interface for users to run jobs (e.g. could be used as a frontend to something like Ansible)
 +  * [[https://​theforeman.org/​|Foreman]] - semi-related:​ it handles provisioning,​ configuration,​ and monitoring, and it can integrate with Puppet and, to some extent, other configuration management tools
 +    * Part of Red Hat Satellite Server 6
  
 ====== Configuration Management ====== ====== Configuration Management ======
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     * Uses SSH, with no daemons running on the remote nodes     * Uses SSH, with no daemons running on the remote nodes
     * The original author wrote Cobbler and part of Func ((http://​www.coloandcloud.com/​editorial/​an-interview-with-ansible-author-michael-dehaan/​))     * The original author wrote Cobbler and part of Func ((http://​www.coloandcloud.com/​editorial/​an-interview-with-ansible-author-michael-dehaan/​))
-  * Puppet 
-  * Chef 
   * [[http://​rexify.org/​|Rex]] - seemingly-lesser-known alternative,​ written in Perl, that appears to be similar to Ansible in many ways (e.g. uses SSH, supports ad-hoc commands)   * [[http://​rexify.org/​|Rex]] - seemingly-lesser-known alternative,​ written in Perl, that appears to be similar to Ansible in many ways (e.g. uses SSH, supports ad-hoc commands)
     * Instead of something like YAML for configuration,​ it appears to use pure Perl, with a sort of DSL on top     * Instead of something like YAML for configuration,​ it appears to use pure Perl, with a sort of DSL on top
  
 Both Salt and Ansible use YAML by default for storing configuration and Jinja2 for file templates. Both Salt and Ansible use YAML by default for storing configuration and Jinja2 for file templates.
info/remote_management.txt · Last modified: 2016-06-15 19:59 by sam