Roadmap
Updated:
25-02-2014
ADVANCED
progress
60%
version 1.3.10
VPS Monitoring
Currently only master node have notification/view from rack. With this feature all VPS within master node will have separate monitoring.
planned
version 1.5
Blade servers
Inventory management for blade enclosure
Done
version 1.3.7
Patch Panel
Ability to connect patch panel cables
Done
version 1.3.7
Stacking racks
22U,18U,12U Racks are stacked on each other.
planned
version 1.X
Desktop Bench / Shelf
Layout for rooms setup with bench'es for tower based servers
proposed
version 1.X
Cables color / label / length
User will be able to chose color for wire and manual label each of cables. Port spliting(two cables from one port) and length calculator.
proposed
version 1.X
Floor plan
View from above, of the relationships between rooms, spaces and other physical features at one level of a structure.
Done
version 1.3.7
Rackmonkey migration
Excel Spreadsheet Export to Noclayer with xls files. The current Rackmonkey Excel spreadsheet export plugin can produce an Excel 97-2004 format spreadsheet that is readable by many applications including Microsoft Excel for Windows and Mac, OpenOffice Calc and iWork Numbers.
Done
version 1.3.5
Munin integration
Munin is a network/system monitoring application that presents output in graphs through a web interface. Using Munin you can monitor the performance of your computers, networks, SANs, and applications.
Done
version 1.3.0
IP Address Management
Ability to add IP Address to almost each device from rack. Planning, tracking, and managing the Internet Protocol address space used in a network.
PREMIUM
progress
20%
version 1.5
Realtime user collaboration
Enables 2 or more users on separate browsers to see any changes made in real-time on their displays. Internal chat and users (staff members) hierarchy. Background will be running on Node.js, more info on blog soon.
planned
version 2.0
IPMI, Drac, iLO management
Enables management through Noclayer interface. Idea is to allow users to manage a system remotly in the absence of an operating system or of the system management software. System administrators can use IPMI messaging to monitor platform status; to query inventory information; to review hardware logs of out-of-range conditions; or to perform recovery procedures such as issuing requests from a remote console through the same connections e.g. system power-down and rebooting, or configuring watchdog timers.
proposed
version 2.0
Premium dashboard
A visual overview of all elements gathered (such as system temperatures, voltages, fans, power supplies and chassis intrusion)
planned
version 2.x
ATS/PDU representation
A visual overview of power distribution through Noclayer interface (control remote power port on/off)
proposed
version 2.x
Cloud management
The idea is to provide a frontend to an open source virtualization tool (Xenserver)
planned
version 2.x
Datacenter provisioning
Calculation of bandwidth usage and averages through graphical representation using Cacti (Mbps /MBps) and power usage per KW or AMP