Racktables is a nifty and robust solution for datacenter and server room asset management. It helps document hardware assets, network addresses, space in racks, networks configuration and much much more!
- IPAM (IPv4/IPv6 address management)
- rackspace documentation
- full support of Unicode for user's data
- 802.1Q VLAN management
- permission control
- CWDM and DWDM channel grids
- pluggable (SFP, XFP, XENPAK...) transceivers
- neighbor discovery via CDP and LLDP
- integration with Cacti and Munin
- patch cables accounting
Nice project, We might be using this for our company and customers. Would like to see some more multi tenancy and maybe the possibility to hide the objects and rows where a user has no racks that he owns. I followed this in your wiki: "Permitting a user to view his own assets" But he still sees other infrastructure as blacked out. He might not be able to click on it, but it would be nice if it would be hidden for him.
Great project! The ip/ipv6 tree manager is awesome!
Great little bit of software. Simple to set up, very flexible, and lends itself to modification to make it even more flexible. Now using it as our main server hardware inventory.
we use this for managing 4 dc with ~2000 physical equipments
Keep up the great work guys! Love the flexibility. Had this at 4 since it seemed like it still needed some work (which all tools do), but after digging into some of the "automation" features on the wiki, I'm upping to 5. Still not a drop and go solution, but with some configuration looks like it'll pay dividends for years.