Pair of recent posts from TFiR discuss how RackN is changing the game with infrastructure automation. On Digital Rebar v4.6: RackN has announced the release of RackN Digital Rebar v4.6, which introduces a load of new features including continuous provisioning automation with self-contained high availability and multi-platform universal workflow. On Bare Metal IaC: With the
Your infrastructure should be easy to manage, and outsourcing control to somebody else doesn’t have to be a foregone conclusion. We built RackN Digital Rebar to break the infrastructure as code barrier. Digital Rebar is infrastructure management software that provides distributed infrastructure as code (IaC) management for on-premises, edge, and cloud environments. How does it
We go beyond Provisioning, Digital Rebar isthe Complete Bare Metal Life-Cycle Solution Unlike traditional provisioning tools, Digital Rebar provides a complete life-cycle solution. It is API-driven and built to an Infrastructure as Code design. We build for operators who want to program infrastructure, not just configure it. We weren’t satisfied with developing features to solve
Distributed infrastructure architecture is the way IT organizations ensure applications are always deployed to the architecture that will provide the best performance. In fact, modern infrastructure tools such as containers and APIs have opened up many new architecture possibilities. This even includes spanning applications over on-premises data centers, public cloud, and edge locations. However, this
Infrastructure as Code (IaC) is a family of design principles, not just a technology. That’s why we designed Digital Rebar around reusable and stackable modules that treat your infrastructure automation as code.
Rob was on the Cloud Talk Show (ep 16) with Larry Smithmier and Ralph Rivas. Join Ralph and Larry as they talk to Rob Hirschfeld about how he is helping solve the problems below the cloud. RackN helps companies work with bare metal (not metal bears) programatically, so you can refactor your data center to