Foreman articles by our experts
Foreman is an open source tool with vast server lifecycle management functionality. It’s used to manage thousands of servers across various organizations, and has become the basis for several commercial products. In this article, we’ll explain how Foreman helps businesses overcome the challenges of building and maintaining modern IT infrastructures.
Nov 15, 2019
Foreman is a hypervisor-level server lifecycle management tool. In conjunction with a tool like Puppet, Chef or Ansible, Foreman can offer a broad range of features and efficiency improvements, as well as a lowered barrier to entry. It’s a very effective way to help your SysOps team work faster, make their processes better, and give them extra time for other tasks.
Configuration management tools like Foreman, Ansible, Puppet or Chef are crucial if you want your Operations team to work efficiently. But with so many of them on the market, offering free functionalities and paid plans, it’s difficult to make the right choice for your business. In this article, we analyze the differences between Foreman, a fully open source tool, and its main competitors. Find out which SysAdmin solution is best for your team.
Foreman is ten years old, and we’re excited to share the highlights of the birthday party we attended, organized by Netways at their office in Nuremberg. A good chunk of the Foreman community was there, enjoying the opportunity to finally meet in person, listen to interesting presentations, and eat delicious cake. Check out what to look forward to next year.