Tachyonic is a flexible Python framework for automation providing extendible dashboard, restapi endpoint services, automation modules, monitoring modules and networking related modules.. It's free and open source and before you ask: It's BSD Licensed! Contributions and contributors are welcome!
Tachyonic software controls a large pool of services such as cloud, networking, dns, email throughout the infrastructure managed through a dashboard. The goal here is to have a single entry point for managing all services and exposing these services to tenants via one dashboard. Tachyonic scale is only dependent on the deployment method used and is designed to be massively horizontally scalable. All interfaces such as API endpoints and Dashboard views are fully extendible via plugins/modules. It's all open-source and completely customizable.
The project is currently under early development phase.
Tachyonic consists of multiple components such as a Web application frontend and multiple API endpoints.
The Endpoint API(s) are responsible for interacting with the databases, executing RPC calls, messaging bus operations and all have there own configurations.
All API endpoints are exposed to the User Interface when they are registered via the base API configuration.
All the components developed are registered Tachyonic projects. Different endpoints can consume each other via the client.
Tachyonic comes with built-in customer database that provides multi-tiered, multi-tenant approach. Customers can have their own customers and domains are used as administrative domain for the infrastructure. Multiple domains mean one installation can be used to manage multiple infrastructures separately.
Modules or rather additional endpoints and web ui modules can be added to provide functionality such as managing the cloud, dns servers, email servers, network resources and monitoring. Even a billing engine can be integrated or built-into Tachyonic.
Tachyonic is ideally suited for building a customer portal for network operators and service providers.