The goals of the Stork project are as follows:
to provide monitoring and insight into ISC Kea DHCP operations, and to eventually add them for ISC BIND 9
to provide alerting mechanisms that indicate failures, fault conditions, and other unwanted events in ISC Kea DHCP, and eventually ISC BIND 9, services
to permit easier troubleshooting of these services
Stork is comprised of two components: the
Stork Server and the
Stork Agent is installed along with Kea DHCP or BIND 9 and
interacts directly with those services. There may be many
agents deployed in a network, one per machine.
Stork Server is installed on a stand-alone machine. It connects to
any indicated agents and indirectly (via those agents) interacts with
the Kea DHCP and BIND 9 services. It provides an integrated,
centralized front end for interacting with these services.
Stork Server is deployed in a network.