Rackspace Open Sources Dreadnot Devops Software

Rackspace has announced that it will open source Dreadnot, a tool it developed in-house to help track and manage projects in a devops environment.

The devops philosophy encourages developers to work closely with operations and roll out new software features continuously rather than waiting until the software is “finished.” Although devops is becoming increasingly popular, so far there are few tools available to support it. ?The problem with devops is that everyone talks about it but not very many are doing tooling to help us do it. That?s why we developed and open sourced Dreadnot,? said Rackspace engineer Paul Quema.

Dreadnot is available under the Apache License version 2.0. It was built using Node.js, the Express Web framework and Twitter?s Bootstrap JavaScript and CSS utilities.

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