RackTables is a tool to manage tens of racks, hundreds of servers, and thousands of MAC and IP addresses. It will work with a single rack as well. It features a real-life rackspace model, typed rack objects with flexible attribute sets, a tagging system, IP address management ready for NAT, virtual routers and load balancers, accurate network connection handling, a universal search function, a multi-user access model, and an extensible dictionary.
|Tags||Asset management data center rackspace IPv4 IPv6|
Release Notes: This release incorporates assorted enhancements, including better handling of particular network and server equipment, correct displaying of some data in the database, support for custom LDAP port, a new autotag for the client's IP address, per-port displaying of learned MAC addresses, and a patch cable management feature. It is recommended for all users of the stable release series.
Release Notes: The main changes in this are a DB data integrity report, a change of DB text field collation to Unicode, a new tag assignment UI, display of point-to-point IP neighbors, rack power consumption auto-calculation, fixes for some security issues, and bugfixes. This release concludes the active phase of 0.20.x development. After that, 0.20.x releases will contain only bugfixes, letting the developers to focus on the preparation of the 0.21 release.
Release Notes: This release accumulates many minor changes. Some bugs were fixed. Dictionary and SNMP support was provided for many new hardware models. Some performance problems were resolved. The UI was enhanced with a rack space range selector, better locations support, and a new WYSIWYG permissions editor.
Release Notes: Some bugs are fixed, and some minor interface problems are solved. Search is improved a bit. Those who use the SLB feature should try its new implementation.
Release Notes: This release continues the 0.20.x stable cycle. Many minor bugs were fixed, and hardware support became a little better. Some UI enhancements made, including overridable tag names display styles. The new features are: configurable units order in a per-rack basis, and SAML authentication.