Open Source Tools for the Data Center


See seven open source tools for data center management.

Data center infrastructure management (DCIM) is the “complex process of tracking and managing all of the components that exist inside a data center,” explains Christopher Tozzi.

In this article, Tozzi lists seven open source tools that can help optimize data center efficiency while reducing costs, including:

  • NetBox – Focuses on the management of network architectures and resources.
  • OpenDCIM – Offers a web-based interface for mapping data center components and tracking their status.
  • Prometheus – Monitors workloads deployed in your data center.
  • Tinkerbell – Helps automate the provisioning of bare-metal infrastructure.

See more at Data Center Knowledge.




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