Welcome to the Digital Rebar Community, home of the open source Digital Rebar Provision (DRP) project. DRP is the data center provisioning and content scaffolding designed with a cloud native architecture replacing Cobblerm Foreman, MaaS or similar technologies. It 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 DRP Features
The latest release of DRP v3 is available: Release Notes & Code on GitHub
Continuous Integration - Status
Community Mission: Embrace the Heterogeneous Nature of Data Center Operations while Eliminating Complexity and Manual Steps.
Principal Motivation: Collaborate on a technology that revolutionizes how traditional data center infrastructure operations can gracefully absorb next-generation workloads without churn and additional technological complexity. DRP enables upgrade and continuous deployment automation for production-scale deployments of technology such as Docker, Kubernetes, Cloud Foundry, etc.
Digital Rebar Provision is a production-ready open implementation that can be designed to reliably deployed in large-scale, multi-site data centers as well as soon to be deployed edge sites. This effectively productizes best practices in a way that allows creation of consistent and discoverable operating environments. Users benefit with fast time-to-value and the community benefits by having consistent installations across the ecosystem.
Digital Rebar Provision is an Apache2 licensed Project. As the community sponsor, RackN provides day to day management of the community including the GitHub site, development activities and community promotion. Additionally, RackN offers commerical support, custom integrations, training, and advanced technology for Digital Rebar Provision users interested in extending the open source feature set.
Additional RackN Features
RackN provides additional features for DRP that are either made available to the community or are available for a fee from RackN.
Contact RackN if you have any questions about building custom plugins that may already be available from RackN.