openATTIC 2.0 Documentation¶
The times when storage was considered a server-based resource and every system needed to have its own hard drives are long gone. In modern data centers central storage systems have become ubiquitous for obvious reasons. Centrally managed storage increases flexibility and reduces the cost for unused storage reserves. With the introduction of a cluster or virtualization solution shared storage becomes a necessity.
This mission-critical part of IT used to be dominated by proprietary offerings. Even though mature open source projects may now meet practically every requirement of a modern storage system, managing and using these tools is often quite complex and is mostly done decentrally.
openATTIC is a full-fledged central storage management system. Hardware resources can be managed, logical storage areas can be shared and distributed and data can be stored more efficiently and less expensively than ever before – and you can control everything from a central management interface. It is no longer necessary to be intimately familiar with the inner workings of the individual storage tools. Any task can be carried out by either using openATTIC‘s intuitive web interface or via the REST API.
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as published by the Free Software Foundation.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
- Installation and Getting Started
- System requirements
- Base Operating System Installation
- Basic Storage Configuration
- Installation on Debian/Ubuntu Linux
- Installation on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (and Derivatives)
- Installation on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and openSUSE Leap
- Post-installation Configuration
- Enabling Ceph Support in openATTIC
- Download Preconfigured Virtual Machine
- Getting started
- Configuring Authentication and Single Sign-On
- Hardware Recommendations
- Storage Recommendations
- Further Operating System Configuration Hints
- User Manual
- Developer Documentation
- Create Your own openATTIC Mercurial Fork on BitBucket
- Setting up a Development System with Vagrant
- Setting up a Development System
- Contributing Code to openATTIC
- openATTIC Contributing Guidelines
- openATTIC Core
- Working on the openATTIC documentation
- openATTIC Web UI Tests - E2E Test Suite
- openATTIC REST API Tests - Gatling Test Suite
This documentation is also available as a PDF file.