Welcome to the public ISC Stork wiki page!
STORK is a modern, easy to use dashboard/monitoring system that will allow you to monitor multiple Kea (DHCP) and BIND9 (DNS) servers, inspect their configurations, and monitor their operation. It is currently under rapid development with monthly releases.
- Local authentication with admin and super-admin privilege levels
- Stork agent deployed on the Kea or BIND server reports CPU and OS data, including speed, memory, memory utilization, operating system and version.
- Auto-discovery of Kea and BIND services on monitored machines with application software version and uptime since last reload
- Prometheus and Grafana integration
- DHCP pool utilization
- DHCP Shared network utilization
- DHCP High Availability status monitoring
- DHCP Host reservations
- BIND9 Cache Hit Ratio monitoring
Stork is in the early stages of development. Monthly development releases are available from the FTP site and native (DEB, RPM) packages available on cloudsmith.io. They're intended for early adopters that are not afraid to get their hands dirty with code that's under development. Our initial release intended for broader consumption is planned for May 2020. If you're a user that's interested in participating in discussions or even testing early code, please do get in touch on stork-dev!
- Download - Releases on FTP or the latest code in gitlab (click on the download button).
- Installation instructions - See this page, but also take a look at http://stork.readthedocs.io.
- Self guided demo - this is a short and hopefully easy to follow self guided tutorial, where you can see what's available in Stork right now. Updated after every monthly release.