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run-sequence - Run a series of dependent gulp tasks in order

  •    Javascript

Runs a sequence of gulp tasks in the specified order. This function is designed to solve the situation where you have defined run-order, but choose not to or cannot use dependencies. If you are hiring developers, you can support this project and future open source work by checking out our company, Qualified.io.

supervisor - :house_with_garden: Home Assistant Supervisor

  •    Python

Home Assistant (former Hass.io) is a container-based system for managing your Home Assistant Core installation and related applications. The system is controlled via Home Assistant which communicates with the Supervisor. The Supervisor provides an API to manage the installation. This includes changing network settings or installing and updating software. Installation instructions can be found at https://home-assistant.io/getting-started.

WALKOFF - A flexible, easy to use, automation framework allowing users to integrate their capabilities and devices to cut through the repetitive, tedious tasks slowing them down

  •    Python

This documentation is intended as a reference for app and workflow developers as well as project contributors and operators. Here you will find walkthroughs, tutorials and other useful information about applications that are shipped with Walkoff, our changelog, and how to interact with Walkoff using its RESTful API. Note: If you have multiple NICs you will need to use --advertise-addr to pick an address from which the swarm will be accessible.

Shuffle - Shuffle: A general purpose security automation platform

  •    Javascript

Shuffle is an automation platform focused on accessibility. We believe everyone should have access to efficient processes, and are striving to make that a possibility by making integrations for YOUR tools. Security Operations is complex, but it doesn't have to be. Please consider sponsoring the project if you want to see more rapid development.




System Center Orchestrator Community Project

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This project contains community source code and releases from the System Center Orchestrator team

SCOMA - FIM Connector for System Center Orchestrator

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SCOMA is the acronym for the Web Service-based FIM connector (aka Management Agent) for System Center Orchestrator, short SCO. SCOMA is written in C# and based on the new ECMA2 (Extensible Connectivity 2.0 Management Agents) interface that is part of FIM 2010 R2 and FIM 2010 U...

SC Orchestrator Integration Packs

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System Centre Orchestrator Integration Pack's (2012 and SP1 Beta) F5 BigIP LBM, Microsoft FIM Sync Service, AD BitLocker Recovery

SCSM and Orchestrator Runbooks

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This project will contain sample System Center Orchestrator 2012 Runbooks which integrate with System Center Service Manager 2012.


ops - ops - build and run nanos unikernels

  •    Go

Ops is a tool for creating and running a Nanos unikernel. It is used to package, create and run your application as a nanos unikernel instance. Building from source is easy if you have used Go before.

arch-orchestrator - Orchestrator architectural pattern for large node.js applications

  •    Javascript

Managing architecture or big node.js applications can be challenging. With orchestrator approach you can improve structure of your node.js application by decoupling different tasks on system. Let's see typical architecture after moving to orchestrator approach.So, central point of this system is orchestrator, and there is power of architecture this type. Orchestrator can decide to change order of actions in chain, can decide to add new steps to chain, can decide to remove some steps from chain, etc. All these actions should not hit any of tasks, because task don't know anything about who is sending data to task, or to who task is delivering data. That is completely dynamic.

service-fabric - This repository is the starting point to engage in and learn about Service Fabric open source projects from Microsoft

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This repository is the starting point to engage in and learn about Service Fabric open source projects from Microsoft. For more information on Service Fabric, see our documentation.Service Fabric is a distributed systems platform that makes it easy to package, deploy, and manage scalable and reliable distributed applications. Service Fabric also addresses the significant challenges in developing and managing cloud applications. Developers and administrators can avoid complex infrastructure problems and focus on implementing mission-critical, demanding workloads that are scalable, reliable, and manageable. Service Fabric represents the next-generation middleware platform for building and managing these enterprise-class, tier-1, cloud-scale applications.

hassio - :house_with_garden: First private cloud OS for home automation

  •    HTML

Hass.io is a Docker based system for managing your Home Assistant installation and related applications. The system is controlled via Home Assistant which communicates with the supervisor. The supervisor provides an API to manage the installation. This includes changing network settings or installing and updating software.Installation instructions can be found at https://home-assistant.io/hassio.

mongoose-orchestrator - On the fly references to attributes synchronisation.

  •    Javascript

Keep your references to attributes synchronized. This project is continuously tested on Node 0.12 and Node 4.0. Compatible with Mongoose 3.8 and above.

mcollective-choria - Distribution of plugins for MCollective as found in Puppet 5 and 6

  •    Ruby

A distribution of plugins for MCollective designed to give a very smooth and streamlined experience in getting started when using modern Puppet connected to a Puppet Server. See choria.io for a deployment guide.

puppet-mcollective - A Puppet module to manage MCollective

  •    Puppet

This module manages a Puppet AIO based MCollective. It makes default decisions that are compatible with AIO and tries to get as close to working out of the box with no complex config or decision making needed on the side of the user.

operos - Linux-based operating system that brings hyperscaler-grade infrastructure automation to organizations of all sizes

  •    Go

Operos is a Linux-based operating system that brings hyperscaler-grade infrastructure automation to organizations of all sizes: scheduled containers, software defined networking, and converged storage automatically provisioned on commodity x86 servers. For more information about Operos, see its home page.

yorc - Ystia Orchestrator

  •    Go

Yorc is an hybrid cloud/HPC TOSCA orchestrator. It aims to support the whole application lifecycle, from deployment, scaling, monitoring, self-healing, self-scaling to application upgrade, over hybrid infrastructures (IaaS, HPC schedulers, CaaS).

anx - Advanced NETCONF Explorer: Graphical Explorer for NETCONF / YANG and GNMI/GRPC Telemetry & Java NETCONF 1

  •    Java

Access port 9269 (or 8080 for the embedded webserver) of the host using a browser. You can then use the explorer to connect to any NETCONF / Yang enabled device or orchestrator supporting NETCONF Monitoring RFC 6022. Enter a hostname or IP-address in the "NETCONF Host"-field (optionally followed by a colon and the NETCONF over SSH port) and input the username and password into the corresponding fields and click "Login".






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