The openQRM 5.3.40 Community Edition is the ideal free & open-source way of managing your small set-up.
More than 400,000 Downloads – With over 400,000 downloads, the popular openQRM Community Release is a free, fully open-source project sponsored by OPENQRM AUSTRALIA PTY LTD and licensed under the GPLv2, also hosted on sourceforge.net.
openQRM 5.3.40 Community Release – The openQRM 5.3.40 Community Release includes updated dependencies to ensure compatibility with the latest Linux Distributions. There is also an enhanced check for PHP versions in place, as well as full support for PHP 7.
All openQRM Community downloads are subject to the GNU General Public License (GPL v2).
*openQRM 5.3.40 was tested on: Debian 8/9/10, Ubuntu 16.x + 17.x and Centos 7.
Community Edition Features:
- Bare-Metal & VM Deployment.
- Fully automated Configuration Management and Application deployment with Puppet.
- Nagios and Collectd monitoring and documentation included.
- Storage Plugins – Integrates with major open-source and commercial storage technologies.
- Automatically manage IP-Addresses for the openQRM managed network.
- Integrates existing, local-installed Servers into openQRM (Includes Remote Server).
Getting involved in the openQRM Project
openQRM is an open-source software project where anyone can participate. Whether you want to discuss and share ideas, or wish to share bug fixes, feature enhancements, or translations you have made – the openQRM Community is open for you to join in! The openQRM Community is a place to exchange ideas with users in many countries around the world.
Communicate, share ideas and source code, and enjoy talking to people that are building the future of Open-Source Cloud Computing. Any help is greatly appreciated and honourably mentioned.
Come visit the sourceforge.net project page and say Hello – or contact the openQRM Enterprise Team directly.
We request anyone who wants to commit source code or assets to the openQRM codebase to sign a straight-forward Contributor’s License Agreement (CLA). This is to ensure the availability of all bugfixes and enhancements from third-party developers to the Community Edition, while still being able to incorporate all that great new functionality into the commercially licensed Enterprise Edition, no hidden strings attached, please contact us and we will forward you the document.
openQRM Community Edition Plug-In Overview
The openQRM Community Edition includes a wide range of plug-ins with basic functionality for data-centre management. Additional plug-ins are not available for the Community Edition.
|Cloud||Cloud||Basic openQRM Cloud front-end for Private Cloud||Included|
|Deployment||Linux COE||Automated provisioning and lifecycle support of Linux systems.||Included|
|Deployment||puppet||Integrates Puppet for fully automated Configuration Management and Application deployment.||Included|
|Management||NoVNC||Integrates NoVNC providing a remote web-console for Virtual Machines and Physical Systems.||Included|
|Management||sshterm||Integrates WebShell providing a secure login to the openQRM-server and the managed resources through the Web-interface.||Included|
|Misc.||development||API Documentation for your own Plugin-Development.||Included|
|Network||dhcpd||Automatically manages IP-Addresses for the openQRM managed network.||Included|
|Network||DNS||Automatically manage the DNS Service for the openQRM managed network.||Included|
|Network||TFTPD||Automatically managed the TFTP server providing the pxe/TFTPD network-deployment environment (in combination with the dhcpd-plugin).||Included|
|Storage||aoe-storage||Integrates AOE (ATA over Ethernet) as Storage technology (network-deployment).||Included|
|Storage||ISCSI-storage||Integrates iSCSI Enterprise Target as Storage technology (network-deployment).||Included|
|Storage||lvm-storage||Network-deployment. Integrates LVM2 with NFS/iSCSI/AOE as Storage technology.||Included|
|Storage||NFS-storage||Integrates NFS as Storage technology (network-deployment).||Included|
|Storage||sanboot-storage||Network-deployment. Integrates gPXE to boot Windows Systems directly from an iSCSI or AOE SAN||Included|
|Storage||tmpfs-storage||Network-deployment. Deploys Physical Systems and Virtual Machines ‘in-Memory’.||Included|
|Virtualization||KVM||Support and connector for KVM virtualization technology.Profit from the technical benefits of KVM like hardware support, memory support, and a high-security level all at the lowest ongoing cost. Link to openQRM Enterprise KVM HowTo||Included|
Using openQRM Community Edition requires the users to agree to the GNU General Public Licence Version 3.