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  • cassandra-opscenter 0.1.0

    56% Updated May 23, 2014

    Installs Opscenter for monitoring Cassandra

    cookbook 'cassandra-opscenter', '~> 0.1.0'
    Supported Platforms
    • centos >= 0.0.0
    • fedora >= 0.0.0
    • debian >= 0.0.0
    • ubuntu >= 0.0.0
    • redhat >= 0.0.0
    • scientific >= 0.0.0
    • amazon >= 0.0.0
  • cassandra-priam 0.1.3

    56% Updated May 29, 2014

    Installs Priam-managed Cassandra

    cookbook 'cassandra-priam', '~> 0.1.3'
    Supported Platforms
    • centos >= 0.0.0
    • fedora >= 0.0.0
    • debian >= 0.0.0
    • ubuntu >= 0.0.0
    • redhat >= 0.0.0
    • scientific >= 0.0.0
    • amazon >= 0.0.0
  • encrypted_blockdevice 0.1.0

    33% Updated January 21, 2016

    A cookbook and LWRPs to manage block device encryption, offering many options for different scenarios.

    cookbook 'encrypted_blockdevice', '~> 0.1.0'
    Supported Platforms
    • centos >= 0.0.0
    • debian >= 0.0.0
    • ubuntu >= 0.0.0
    • redhat >= 0.0.0
    • scientific >= 0.0.0
    • amazon >= 0.0.0
    • xenserver >= 0.0.0
  • ephemeral_raid 0.0.12

    56% Updated November 22, 2017

    Creates Dynamic Ephemeral Raids on EC2 or GCE

    cookbook 'ephemeral_raid', '~> 0.0.12'
    Supported Platforms
    • centos >= 0.0.0
    • fedora >= 0.0.0
    • debian >= 0.0.0
    • ubuntu >= 0.0.0
    • redhat >= 0.0.0
    • scientific >= 0.0.0
    • amazon >= 0.0.0