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Go Fast. Be Secure.

Turn your operations procedures into self-service jobs.

Safely give others the control and visibility they need.


How to Use Rundeck

1

Create a job by defining a single step or a workflow that can execute any set of commands, scripts, or tools on any number of local or remote nodes. Jobs can be triggered by the scheduler or on-demand via the web interface or API.


2

Safely hand off the job to others to execute or follow the output -- depending on the permissions you give them. Collaborate with others and build your organization's library of repeatable and auditable actions.


3

Enjoy being the Hero. You've safely given Dev and QA teams access to self-service operations tasks (deployments, restarts, data management, etc). You've made collaboration with your Operations colleagues easier. You've improved everyone's visibility into Operations activity. Now you can spend less of your time fielding repetitive requests and more of your time doing new and interesting things that will further the business.

 

Popular Uses


Use Rundeck to define standard operating procedures

Share Standard Operating Procedures
(Runbook Automation)

Build up a common set of reusable procedures. Share those procedures with others as executable code rather than error prone "do this, then that" text files or checklists. (more...)



Use Rundeck as a job scheduler

Job Scheduler

Use Rundeck as an easier to manage and more secure replacement for Cron or as a replacement for legacy tools like Control-M or HP Operations Orchestration. Rundeck gives your users a simple web interface (GUI or API) to go to for both on-demand and scheduled operations tasks. (more...)



Use Rundeck for automated deployment

Automated Deployment After a Build

Move towards Continuous Delivery by having your build or CI server trigger Rundeck to execute the post-build deployment process and deployment verification testing. Reuse those same jobs to deploy across all environments automatically (zero-click) or with a manual trigger (one-click).



Use Rundeck to enable self-service test environments

Self-Service Test Environments

Provide Dev and QA with self-service provisioning of test environments. Use Rundeck's option providers to allow users to select specific versions of artifacts to deploy. Pair with virtualization or cloud infrastructure to allow techniques like short-lived, branch-specific test environments.



Use Rundeck to managae data processing jobs in the cloud

Data Processing Jobs in the Cloud

Coordinate the lifecycle of a data processing job, including the provisioning and de-provisioning of the supporting cloud infrastructure. Rundeck's Web-UI and ACL policies enable you to safely delegate to non-technical users the ability to kick-off and view data processing jobs.



Use Rundeck to build custom ops platforms and tools

Custom Platforms "Powered By Rundeck"

Build a custom Operations Platform that leverages Rundeck's full featured API. Integrate with other tools, build your own plugins, and build your own business-specific UI.

Rundeck Case Studies


Prakash Rudraraju - Data.com

Prakash Rudraraju at Data.com

Prakash uses Rundeck to: 1. provide visibility into deployments in secure production environments 2. safely enable self-service capabilities that protect the capacity of the TechOps Team 3. improve the ease of patching and routine maintenance by leveraging a library of repeatable procedures.
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Gigantor stack - Salesforce.com

Gigantor Project at Salesforce.com

As one of the world's largest cloud based business services, Salesforce.com needs high-scale and high-velocity operations. Rundeck is one of the key operations tools that lets them do just that. The Salesforce.com team took a toolchain approach that features Rundeck, SaltStack, and a custom internal tool called Kingpin.
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