NetBox is an open-source web application that provides a centralized repository for managing and documenting network infrastructure. It is designed to simplify network management and improve network visibility and documentation for network administrators, engineers, and operators.
NetBox offers a range of features such as IP address management, device inventory, rack management, circuit management, and virtualization management. It also provides integration with popular tools and services such as Ansible, Git, and LDAP for automation and authentication.
NetBox provides a flexible data model that allows administrators to define and customize network objects such as devices, circuits, and racks. It also offers powerful search and filtering capabilities that enable users to quickly find and retrieve network information.
NetBox is built on top of the Django web framework and uses a PostgreSQL database for data storage. It is highly scalable and can support large-scale networks with thousands of devices and circuits.
NetBox is open-source software, which means that it is free to use, modify, and distribute under the Apache License 2.0. It is maintained by a community of developers and users who contribute to its development, documentation, and support.