With Stacki, you can add bare metal automation to your DevOps environment and integrate with your existing tools, such as Ansible, Chef, Puppet, and Salt.


If you’re going to automate your infrastructure, you need to start automating everything right from the beginning. With Stacki, you can install and configure the OS using Stacki or other existing configuration management tools such as Puppet, Chef, Ansible, or Salt.


Automated Bare Metal Provisioning

Install hundreds of machines at the same using ISOs, RPMs, and dynamically generated kickstart files.

Multiple Network Configuration

Configure multiple network interfaces, multiple network types, and authenticated SSH password-less access to boot.

Script-Free Storage Configuration

Automate the configuration of your RAID controllers and partitioning of your heterogenous commodity hardware.

CLI or Spreadsheet Input of Target Servers

In addition to discovering servers over the network, Stacki allows input of target server information such as IP and hostname.

Why start your DevOps deployments with Stacki?

Get full stack automation for DevOps environments with Stacki and our integrations with Ansible, Chef, Puppet, and Salt. Start with empty racks and end up with fully deployed applications in minutes.

Stacki automatically discovers servers and storage on the network and brings them to a ping and prompt. With Stacki you can install thousands of nodes in minutes, from power-on to ready to install applications.

Stacki integrates with popular configuration management tools such as Puppet, Chef, Ansible, and Salt for full stack automation, allowing you to provision bare metal, operating systems, drivers, middleware, containers, and applications – quickly and reliably.


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Spreadsheet Customizations with Stacki Pro

Using the Stacki Pro GUI, Hosts can be entered via spreadsheet, or auto-detected as they boot on the private network. Attributes describe the cluster at the global level, the appliance at the install type level, or the server at the host level. Machines that are online can be managed from the UI. When a given host is selected, the graphs show usage of that particular host instead of the overall cluster.

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