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== Fedora Server Roles ==
 
== Fedora Server Roles ==

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Fedora Server Roles

Anaconda Support for Server Roles

https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Changes/AnacondaServerRoleSupport

Framework for Server Role Deployment

https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Changes/FrameworkForServerRoleDeployment

Domain Controller Server Role

Fedora Server can deploy a domain controller powered by FreeIPA. The role greatly simplifies configuration of a primary domain controller.

When combined with SSSD, complex tasks such as single-sign-on and authenticated access to network resources is easily accomplished.


Cockpit Management Console

The Cockpit Management Console (the cockpit package) is now available by default in Fedora Server. This tool provides a powerful, easy to use, web-based graphical interface for managing multiple Linux servers. Features include:

  • systemd service management
  • Journal log viewer
  • Storage configuration including LVM
  • Docker container management
  • Basic network configuration
  • Adding and removing local users

See the Cockpit Project website and the Cockpit Management Console wiki page for additional information.