Is there an alternative for self-hosted Canonical Landscape?
I am looking to test-lab about half a dozen machines.
Looking for most of the features that the Ubuntu Landscape service/product has.
Is there such a thing?
I know about Puppet, Ansible, Foreman, and FreeIPA.
Wondering if there is a nice GUI-ish solution a-la Landscape?
Thank you.submitted by /u/TomtasuHold
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Just trying to understand the purpose of systemd. What is it exactly and where is it heading? Which features and functionality is about to come, which is not provided and meant to be satisfies by third party?
So far I can see no direction,- no clear concept and no target. It just seems to swallow whatever sees fit to gain more functionality.
Please help me understand more about it and why its required to replace everything else with own code instead of fixing the dependency issues.submitted by /u/AnachronGuy
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