Foreman is an open source tool for managing and deploying servers. This allows VMs to be installed and configured via various hypervisors (Libvirt, VMware, KVM, oVirt), baremetal servers or cloud instances (e.g. Azure). Puppet, Saltstack and Ansible can be used for the configuration. Other commands can be executed via SSH or Ansible. The installation of the instances is via network or image-based. Foreman can itself provide DHCP and DNS as services or use and manage existing systems. Using the Katello plugin, Foreman can also provide repositories as mirrors, manage software version statuses in them and thus also offer lifecycle and patch management. As an enterprise option with support, for example, there is orcharhino with the support for all popular Linux distributions.
Deployment of VMs, baremetal servers and cloud instances
Network and Image-based installation scenarios
WebGUI for central control
Managing configuration management from a PHP for Puppet/Ansible/Saltstack
Expandable for lifecycle and patch management via Katello
OS: CentOS, RHEL, Suse, Oracle Linux, Ubuntu, Debian, Windows
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Planning and implementation of an infrastructure with Foreman (& Katello) or orcharhino
Help and advice for an existing infrastructure
Migration from Foreman & Katello to orcharhino
Training for the use of Foreman (with Katello) and orcharhino