Smashing, the spiritual successor to Dashing, is a Sinatra based framework that lets you build excellent dashboards. It looks especially great on TVs.
Written in Ruby. Has an extensive library of widgets; more can be added with SCSS, HTML, and a little Coffeescript. Has a REST API to push data to the dashboard (not pull it). Claims to have a simple DSL for accessing external data sources. Drag and drop construction. Has an extensive library of third party widgets, too.
The server is written in Go, which is weird, why are they calling it a Python app?
WebUI for smartd storage device monitoring. Parses output of smartctl, builds an easy to read dashboard for quick reference. Tries to be intelligent about how it does things. Consists of a collector and a dashboard.
A dashboard and control panel for Docker. Supports separate accounts and RBAC. Admin stacks, services, containers, volumes, images, virtual networks, and swarms.
A simple, fully responsive Dashboard to forward to the services of your choice! Ideal for Desktop and mobile usage! Add all of your services, whether you host them yourself or not and display them as neat Icons from the FontAwesome libary. simple-dash is made to be as simple and minimalistic as possible.
Glances is a cross-platform system monitoring tool written in Python. Combines many of the features of top, htop, netstat, and tail. If you also install Bottle it'll present not only a web dash board, it'll present a REST API and XML-RPC interface also. Can export its stats to a number of different databases.
See your server in a web browser and perform system tasks with a mouse. It’s easy to start containers, administer storage, configure networks, and inspect logs. Full dashboard. Lets you configure things as well as look in on them. Extensible with a plugin architecture. Packaged in many distros, including Debian. Does not replace the shell, does not take over the system's configuration so you can work from both ends and they won't conflict. Doesn't step on other management apps, either. Uses your account, relies on sudo to elevate privs. Mobile friendly. If you can reach it using SSH, you can admin it.
Appears to be written in C.
A personal terminal-based dashboard utility, designed for displaying infrequently-needed, but very important, daily data. Updated fairly regularly with new services. Uses YAML files for configuration, so you don't (literally) have to write your custom dashboard from scratch.
A system monitoring dashboard for linux. Multiple web servers supported, nodejs seems to be the most reliable Python available.
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