Most of what Rundeck does is via one of its plugins. Several plugin types exist to execute commands on nodes, perform a step in a workflow, send a notification about job status, gather information about the hosts in your network, copy a file to a remote server, store and stream logs, or talk to a user directory.

See the Plugin Developer Guide if you are interested in creating one of your own plugins.

Table of Contents

  1. Installing
  2. Configuring
  3. Bundled Plugins
  4. Plugin Types
  5. Workflow Step Plugins
  6. Node Execution Plugins
  7. Resource Model Source Plugins
  8. Notification Plugins
  9. Logging Plugins
  10. Script Plugin
  11. SSH Plugins
  12. Storage Plugins
  13. Orchestrator Plugins
  14. Git Plugins