[racktables-users] Re: How to handle virtual machine's

  • From: Frank Altpeter <frank-racktables@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: racktables-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 3 Feb 2009 15:49:09 +0100

Hi there,

on 2009-02-03 at 14:59:46 CET, Luis Fernando Lacayo wrote:
> Well Said Dennis, 
> But this software is like drugs, you want more and more sooner and
> sooner...  I am pretty sure that I speak for a good portion of
> RackTables users when I say that your hard work is very much
> appreciated. 

Just to add my 2 cents, I also appreciate the work on RackTables a lot,
and I really like that software a lot.
I implemented RackTables at my previous company with great success,
covering about 300 servers and managing a /22 IP network with it.
After changing company about 6 months ago, the first thing I implemented
here was also the RackTables system, currently with about 200 servers and
a bunch of /20 networks, and my co-workers (including management) like it
a lot, since it eases asset management a lot. Because of the clean and
extensible structure of the RackTables database, I also managed to
cross-reference and integrate nagios monitoring and bacula backup with our
RackTables installation for automation based on entered data.

So, even if it's a low-prio free-time project, you're doing great work
here and the community is happy to use it.

Le deagh dhùraghd,

        Frank Altpeter

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