Do you need Digital Rebar Support? Would you like to report an Issue? Community support is provided via our Slack channel. Our preferred approach is to open a ticket. This allows you to track the status of the issue as well as interact with our support team. Issues emailed to support also create tickets. They will
Digital Rebar is the Missing Infrastructure Automation Layer The standardized best practices built into the Digital Rebar Platform enable the creation of consistent, portable processes. What is Digital Rebar? Digital Rebar is self-contained software that runs entirely inside your network. The extensible architecture pulls reusable modules from the our IaC catalog. This allows you to
Try Digital Rebar and find out first-hand what using infrastructure as code tailored to your IT environment can do for your organization. Users typically provision their first system in just a few minutes! Prep your environment Before you try Digital Rebar, be sure your testing environment is properly configured. Install Digital Rebar Use our easy
Paul Delory lays out a comprehensive view of all the components in the flow required to deliver applications into production.
You may have an IaC process for your virtual and container environments, but have you extended IaC for VMware hardware? This post will explain how RackN can help you do that! Does IaC for VMware Hardware Make Sense? VMware defines IaC this way: Infrastructure as Code (IaC) is the practice of managing and provisioning infrastructure
On July 30, RackN released Digital Rebar v4.4 (Official Release Notes). Infrastructure Resource Pooling Infrastructure Resource Pooling provides APIs that create a “bare metal cloud” consumable by tools like Terraform. Pooling creates capabilities that abstract Machines into resource groups that can be allocated generically from a single API making the system more elastic. This functionality
“IT teams want to be able to provision bare-metal servers as if they were code…. Achieving that goal, however, should not require IT organizations to hire a site reliability engineer (SRE)” Read the full DevOps.com article.
We’ve been making the most basic aspects of infrastructure too complex and hard to automate. Companies can address security by building secure automation processes from the ground up.