|Project Name||Stars||Downloads||Repos Using This||Packages Using This||Most Recent Commit||Total Releases||Latest Release||Open Issues||License||Language|
|Devops Guide||6,318||18 days ago||5||mit||HTML|
|DevOps Guide - Development to Production all configurations with basic notes to debug efficiently.|
|Trellis||2,409||6 days ago||20||mit||Jinja|
|WordPress LEMP stack with PHP 8.1, Composer, WP-CLI and more|
|Scantron||617||2 years ago||11||apache-2.0||Python|
|A distributed nmap / masscan scanning framework complete with scan scheduling, engine pooling, subsequent scan port diff-ing, and an API client for automation workflows.|
|Dotfiles||435||a month ago||1||Shell|
|Sway acid dark|
|Tower Cli||371||9||3 years ago||32||March 12, 2020||120||apache-2.0||Python|
|THIS TOOL IS NO LONGER UNDER ACTIVE DEVELOPMENT. This tool is being phased out in favor of the new official AWX CLI|
|Rash||188||1||2 months ago||14||June 30, 2022||31||gpl-3.0||Rust|
|Declarative shell scripting container oriented|
|A hybrid app with authentication that allows registered users view a gallery of photos they have uploaded via the camera phone.|
|Devshop||164||4 days ago||75||October 07, 2020||18||gpl-2.0||PHP|
|Open Source DevOps Framework|
|Cloudera Playbook||156||2 years ago||20||apache-2.0||HTML|
|Cloudera deployment automation with Ansible|
|Trellis Cli||149||4 days ago||38||May 18, 2022||19||mit||Go|
|A CLI to manage Trellis projects|
LinchPin provides a command-line interface and Python API for provisioning and managing resources across multiple infrastructures. Where multiple infrastructure resource types can be defined with a single topology file.
LinchPin can also generate inventory files for use with additional Ansible playbooks. These are applied using an inventory layout file.
Developers are encouraged to contribute to the LinchPin project. Please visit Contributing for details.
The Getting Started Guide is a quick guide for LinchPin from the Command-Line.
Check out the Getting Started Guide for a quick guide on how to use LinchPin from the Command-Line.
For API documentation, check out the Python API Reference.