Divers Outils utiles aux Sysadmins
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- Amanda – Client-server model backup tool.
- Attic – A deduplicating backup program written in Python.
- Bacula – Another Client-server model backup tool.
- Bareos – A fork of Bacula backup tool.
- Backupninja – Lightweight, extensible meta-backup system.
- Backuppc – Client-server model backup tool with file pooling scheme.
- Brebis – A fully automated backup checker.
- Bup – Incremental backups with rolling checksums, git packfiles, de-duplication, and a FUSE filesystem.
- Burp – Network backup and restore program.
- Duplicity – Encrypted bandwidth-efficient backup using the rsync algorithm.
- FreeFileSync – Folder comparison and synchronization tool.
- Lsyncd – File Monitor which spawns a process to synchronize the changes (rsync by default).
- Rsnapshot – Filesystem Snapshotting Utility.
- SafeKeep – Centralized pull-based backup using
- Snebu – Snapshot backup with global multi-client deduplication and transparent compression.
- UrBackup – Another client-server backup system.
- ZBackup – A versatile deduplicating backup tool.
- AppScale – Open source cloud software with Google App Engine compatibility.
- Archipel – Manage and supervise virtual machines using Libvirt.
- CloudStack – Cloud computing software for creating, managing, and deploying infrastructure cloud services.
- Cobbler – Cobbler is a Linux installation server that allows for rapid setup of network installation environments.
- Eucalyptus – Open source private cloud software with AWS compatibility.
- Mesos – Develop and run resource-efficient distributed systems.
- OpenNebula – An user-driven cloud management platform for sysadmins and devops.
- Openshift Origin – Open source upstream of OpenShift, the next generation application hosting platform developed by Red Hat.
- OpenStack – Open source software for building private and public clouds.
- The Foreman – Foreman is a complete lifecycle management tool for physical and virtual servers. FOSS.
- Tsuru – Tsuru is an extensible and open source Platform as a Service software.
- BOSH – IaaS orchestration platform originally written for deploying and managing Cloud Foundry PaaS, but also useful for general purpose distributed systems.
- Cloudify – Open source TOSCA-based cloud orchestration software platform written in Python and YAML.
- consul – It is a tool for discovering and configuring services in your infrastructure.
- doozerd – Doozer is a highly-available, completely consistent store for small amounts of extremely important data.
- etcd – A highly-available key value store for shared configuration and service discovery.
- Juju – Cloud orechestration tool which manages services as charms, YAML configuration and deployment script bundles.
- MCollective – Ruby framework to manage server orchestration, developed by Puppet labs.
- git-annex assistant – A synchronised folder on each of your OSX and Linux computers, Android devices, removable drives, NAS appliances, and cloud services.
- ownCloud – Provides universal access to your files via the web, your computer or your mobile devices.
- Seafile – Another Open Source Cloud Storage solution.
- SparkleShare – Provides cloud storage and file synchronization services. By default, it uses Git as a storage backend.
- Swift – A highly available, distributed, eventually consistent object/blob store.
- Syncthing – Open Source system for private, encrypted and authenticated distribution of data.
- Ajenti – Control panel for Linux and BSD.
- Cockpit – New multi-server web interface for Linux servers written in C.
- Feathur – VPS Provisioning and Management Software.
- Froxlor – Easy to use panel for Linux with Nginx and PHP-FPM support.
- ISPConfig – Hosting control panel for Linux.
- Sentora – Control panel for Linux, BSD, and Windows based on ZPanel.
- VestaCP – Hosting panel for Linux but with Nginx.
- Virtualmin – Control panel for Linux based on webmin.
- Webmin – Linux server control panel.
- ZPanel – Control panel for Linux, BSD, and Windows.
- Ceph – Distributed object store and file system.
- DRBD – Distributed Replicated Block Device.
- LeoFS – Unstructured object/data storage and a highly available, distributed, eventually consistent storage system.
- GlusterFS – Scale-out network-attached storage file system.
- HDFS – Distributed, scalable, and portable file-system written in Java for the Hadoop framework.
- Lustre – A type of parallel distributed file system, generally used for large-scale cluster computing.
- MooseFS – Fault tolerant, network distributed file system.
- MogileFS – Application level, network distributed file system.
- OpenAFS – Distributed network file system with read-only replicas and multi-OS support.
- TahoeLAFS – secure, decentralized, fault-tolerant, peer-to-peer distributed data store and distributed file system.
- XtreemFS – XtreemFS is a fault-tolerant distributed file system for all storage needs.