DNS::Oterica - build dns configuration more easily
DNS::Oterica is a system for generating DNS server configuration based on system definitions and role-based plugins. You need to provide a few things:
Domains are groups of hosts. You know, domains. This is a DNS tool. If you don't know what a domain is, you're in the wrong place.
A host is a box with one or more interfaces. It is part of a domain, it has a hostname and maybe some aliases. It's a member of zero or more node groups.
Nodes (both hosts and domains) can be parts of families. Families are groups of behavior that nodes perform. A family object is instantiated for each family, and once all nodes have been added to the DNS::Oterica hub, the family can emit more configuration.
This code is really not stable yet. We're using it, and we're going to feel free to make incompatible changes to it whenever we want. Eventually, that might change and we will reach a much stabler release cycle.
This code has been released so that you can see what it does, use it cautiously, and help guide it toward a stable feature set.
Please read DNS::Oterica::Tutorial, which may or may not yet exist.
There's a lot of stuff to do.
* determine location automatically based on IP * reject IPs that do not match a location * look into replacing nodefamily behavior with Moose roles * rewrite tests to use Diagnostic recordmaker * thorough tests for TinyDNS recordmaker * handle split horizons * simpler method to say "being in family X implies being in Y" * means to replace Module::Pluggable with list of families to register * means to track concepts like virts/zones, zonehosts, per-host interfaces
Ricardo SIGNES <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This software is copyright (c) 2011 by Ricardo SIGNES.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.