fabric management for grids and clouds
Quattor is a system administration toolkit providing a powerful, portable, and modular set of tools for the automated installation, configuration, and management of clusters and farms. It is developed as a community effort and provided as open-source software.
Quattor was originally developed to manage the clusters and services used in grid computing. Today, Quattor is being used to manage multiple separate infrastructures spread across Europe. These range from massive single-site installations such as CERN (where more than 7000 machines are managed) to highly-distributed grid infrastructures such as Grid-Ireland.
Wiki The main documentation resource for Quattor is the Quattor wiki. Accessing this site may cause your browser to ask you to provide a client certificate if you have one installed.