Digital Rebar Provision

simple, fast and open API-driven server provisioning.

Digital Rebar Provision (DRP) is a APLv2 simple Golang executable that provides a simple yet complete API-driven DHCP/PXE/TFTP provisioning and workflow system.

DRP is designed to be a complete data center provisioning, content scaffolding and infrastructure workflow platform with a cloud native architecture that completely replaces Cobblerm Foreman, MaaS 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:

  • 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
  • Supports ALL orchestration tools including Chef, Puppet, Ansible, SaltStack, Bosh, Teraform, etc
  • RAID, IPMI, and BIOS Configuration (via commercial plugins)
Digital Rebar Provision

Community Resources from https://rebar.digital

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Install & Quick Start

Note

We HIGHLY recommend using the latest version of the documentation, as it contains the most up to date information. Use the version selector in the lower right corner of your browser.

Our Stable Quick Start has fast play-with-it steps. Don’t worry, they are very simple and take 10 to 20 minutes.

Want the Latest Quick Start? You’ll have access to the newest features in tested work for the next release. This is NOT the bleeding edge!

Regular Install for more details on the install steps. These include production options. (Previous Version Docs)

License

DigitalRebar Provision code is available is available from multiple authors under the Apache 2 license.

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

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