Terraform

Terraform

Terraform is an open-source infrastructure as code software tool created by HashiCorp. It allows infrastructure to be expressed as code in a simple, human readable language called HCL (HashiCorp Configuration Language). The Terraform CLI automatically reads configuration files and provides an execution plan of changes, which can be reviewed for safety and then applied and provisioned.

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Rundeck
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Rundeck

Rundeck is an open source automation service with a web console, command line tools and a WebAPI. With Rundeck you easily run automation tasks across a set of nodes. Rundeck is avalible as two versions, Rundeck Community and Rundeck Enterprise, where the first mentiond is built for small teams. It addresses the technical complexity of Runbook Automation for solving non-production self-service. The later is aimed at teams and organizations at scale. It addresses the organizational complexity of teams and multiple clusters with self-service, incident response, and compliance and auditing features.

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Rancher
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Rancher

Rancher enables organizations to easily run containers in production. It is a complete free and open-source software stack for teams adopting containers. With Rancher, you no longer have to build a container services platform from scratch by combining various open source technologies. Rancher addresses the operational and security challenges of managing multiple Kubernetes clusters, while providing DevOps teams with integrated tools for running containerized workloads.

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OpenShift
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OpenShift

Red Hat OpenShift is the hybrid cloud platform that contains a family of containerization software products developed by Red Hat. With OpenShift you can manage With OpenShift you can manage Kubernetes containers with full-stack automated operations to manage hybrid cloud, multi-cloud, and edge deployments. Part of OpenShift is the flagship product is the OpenShift Container Platform, an on-premises platform as a service built around Docker containers orchestrated and managed by Kubernetes on a foundation of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

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Ansible
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Ansible

Ansible is an open-source software provisioning, configuration management, and application-deployment tool. With Ansible you can streamline your deployment process, allowing you to roll out enterprise scale applications with the bush of a button or a command via the terminal. Ansible itself is written in Python and has a minimal learning curve, allowing you to build simple setup procedures that can manage all of your CI/CD needs.

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Chef
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Chef

Chef is one of the most widely-used Configuration Management tools on the market today. With Chef you can automate process and recurring tasks across multiple servers and deceives. Chef is provided as a free, open source tool along side an hosted, enterprise offering for corporation looking for enterprise features and dedicated support. Developers and DevOps across the globe trust Chef to automate task, improve security and simplify workflows.

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StackStorm
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StackStorm

StackStorm is an event driven automation platform that can be used for auto remediation, security event handling and infrastructure automation. Connect third-party applications with your stack to eliminate repetitive tasks and automate important events. StackStorm allows you to create if/then rules for complex workflows for DevOps and popular third-party services.

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Vagrant
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Vagrant

Vagrant is an open-source software building portable and virtual development environments. With Vagrant, developers and devops can create development environments that mirror production environment by providing the same operating system, packages, users, and configurations. Vagrant can be spin up environments for VirtualBox, KVM, Hyper-V, Docker containers, VMware, and AWS, and integrates with exiting configuration tooling such as Ansible, Chef, Docker, Puppet or Salt

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Jenkins
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Jenkins

Jenkins is a free and open source DevOps tool used for ticket systems and CI/CD infrastructure. Jenkins provides hundreds of plugins to support building, deploying and automating any software project. The tool is a self-contained Java-based program that is ready to run out-of-the-box, with packages for Windows, Mac OS X and Unix-like operating systems. Anyone is free to contribute to Jenkins, and the software is released under the MIT license.

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Docker
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Docker

Docker is an open-source platform that automates deployment and development life cycles with OS-level virtualization. These virtualization are called containers and contain application specific operating system, software and configurations that are built on deployment. Containers are encapsulated and work across systems, be it in local development or on production servers, they run anywhere. Docker provides a Community Edition (CE) and an Enterprise Edition (EE) and can be used for personal and enterprise level projects alike.

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Docker Swarm
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Docker Swarm

Docker Swarm is a container orcherstration tool based on Docker. With Docker Swarm you can manage multiple containers deployed across multiple host machines. Current versions of Docker includes swarm mode, which allows you to run Docker Engines as swarms. You can manage your Docker Swarm's with the Docker CLI, to create, deploy and manage your Docker Swarm's.

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Heroku
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Heroku

Heroku is a platform as a service (PaaS) built especially for applications developers. When Heroku first launched in 2007 it was a platform dedicated to deploy and host Ruby applications. Today the offering has broadened and allows developers to launch applications for most languages, frameworks and technologies in a matter of minutes with the help of Heroku Buildpacks. There are currently over 5,400 Heroku Buildpacks in the Heroku Elements Marketplace, that can be used by developers to speed up deployment and saftley host their applications online.

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Dokku
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Dokku

Dokku is a free and open-source project that helps you build and manage the lifecycle of applications. With Dokku developers can setup their own PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service) in a matter of minutes. Dokku provides extra plugins which can be used to manage database, and tools needed for your application. If you need to server your application over HTTPS, Dokku got you covered as well, with the help of Let's Encrypts free TLS certificates.

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CapRover
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CapRover

CapRover is an free and easy-to-use application deployment and server manager for NodeJS, Python, PHP, ASP.NET, Ruby, MySQL, MongoDB, Postgres, WordPress and more. With CapRover you can create your own PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service) similar to that of Heroku, and deploying it to your own cloud instance.

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