Inventory Management

Racktables – datacenter asset management system

Racktables is a robust open source web based solution for datacenter and server room asset management.

It helps document hardware assets, network addresses, space in racks, networks configuration and more.

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.

Features include:

  • List all of your devices.
  • List all racks and enclosures.
  • Mount the devices into the racks.
  • Maintain physical ports of the devices and links between them.
  • Manage IP addresses, assign them to the devices and group them into networks.
  • Document your NAT rules.
  • Describe your load balancing policy and store load balancing configuration.
  • Attach files to various objects in the system.
  • Create users, assign permissions and allow or deny any actions they can do.
  • Label everything and everyone with flexible tagging system.
  • IPAM (IPv4/IPv6 address management).
  • Rackspace documentation.
  • Full support of Unicode for user’s data.
  • Tagging system.
  • 802.1Q VLAN management.
  • Permission control.
  • CWDM and DWDM channel grids.
  • Pluggable (SFP, XFP, XENPAK…) transceivers.
  • Neighbor discovery via CDP and LLDP.
  • Integration with Cacti and Munin.

Support: Wiki, FAQ, Demo, SourceForge Project Page, GitHub
Developer: Alexey Andriyanov, Aaron Dummer, Denis Ovsienko and contributors
License: GNU General Public License v2.0

Racktables is written in PHP. Learn PHP with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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