A collaborative curated list of awesome SaltStack resources, tutorials and other salted stuff.
SaltStack is the other configuration management system built with Python.\
It takes a new approach to infrastructure management by developing software that is easy enough to get running in seconds, scalable enough to manage tens of thousands of servers, and fast enough to control and communicate with them in milliseconds.\
SaltStack software manages system infrastructure and the application stacks that run on it and is used by web-scale application developers, DevOps teams and systems administrators.
A :gem: means really awesome / useful.
- zulily/alkali - A collections of SaltStack states and pillar data that provide just the basics for provisioning Linux instances that may be built upon.
- zulily/buoyant - Leverages docker to provide an alternative to VM-centric SaltStack development environments.
- valentin2105/Kubernetes-Saltstack - Saltstack recipe to deploy Kubernetes cluster from scratch.
- madflojo/masterless-salt-base - Quickly bootstrap a generic(ish) Ubuntu server. One that is ready to host Docker containers.
- SaltGUI - A web interface for managing SaltStack based infrastructure.
- Silica - A Flask-based lightweight Salt web console.
- Molten - Molten is a WebUI for the REST API exposed by Saltstack.
- salt-pepper - A CLI Frontend to the salt-api systems.
- salt-sproxy - Salt plugin to automate the management and configuration of devices and applications, without running (Proxy) Minions.
- salt-lint - Checks Salt state files (SLS) for practices and behavior that could potentially be improved.
- Alcali - A web based tool for monitoring and administrating Saltstack Salt.
- ISalt - IPython-based command shell for interactive Salt programming.
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