Cloudlist is a multi-cloud tool for getting Assets from Cloud Providers. This is intended to be used by the blue team to augment Attack Surface Management efforts by maintaining a centralized list of assets across multiple clouds with very little configuration efforts.
List Cloud assets with multiple configurations. Support for ultiple cloud providers. Multiple output formats. Multiple filters. Highly extensible, making adding new providers a breeze.
Homebox is the inventory and organization system built for the Home User! With a focus on simplicity and ease of use, Homebox is the perfect solution for your home inventory, organization, and management needs. Homebox is designed to be simple and easy to use. No complicated setup or configuration required. Use either a single docker container, or deploy yourself by compiling the binary for your platform of choice. Homebox is written in Go which makes it extremely fast and requires minimal resources to deploy. In general idle memory usage is less than 50MB for the whole container. Homebox is designed to be portable and run on anywhere. We use SQLite and an embedded Web UI to make it easy to deploy, use, and backup.
Seems flexible enough to use it to keep inventories of just about anything, from IoT devices to books.
Koillection is a self-hosted collection manager created to keep track of physical (mostly) collections of any kind like books, DVDs, stamps, games... As Koillection is meant to be used for any kind of collections, it doesn't support automatic download of metadata. But it offers the possibility to add your own metadata freely.
Requires PHP v8.1, Postgres or MySQL (but not MariaDB), node.js and yarn to assemble the webshit, and Composer to make PHP act like node.js.
Components/hardware inventory webapp for DIYers. API first! Everything is done through the backend API, auth via oauth2. Will import from partkeepr dumps. Quick-add and regular add forms. Can import orders from vendors (Mouser for now) and selective import into inventory with category matching through regexps. Uses Postgres as its back-end database.
A kind of simple inventory management application that looks like it would be usable for hobbyists.
Part-DB is an Open-Source inventory managment system for your electronic components. It is installed on a web server and so can be accessed with any browser without the need to install additional software.
The version in this Repository is a complete rewrite of the legacy Part-DB (Version < 1.0) based on a modern framework. In the moment it lacks some features from the old Part-DB and the testing and documentation is not finished. Part-DB is in undergoing development, that means features and appearance can change, and the software can contain bugs.
Installation instructions are in the README file.
Gods, this thing is slow. And you can't export from it.
PartKeepr is an inventory management software, primarily designed for electronic components. Seems designed for hobbyist use, not necessarily professional.
PartKeepr is written in PHP and using the Symfony2 framework.
Hasn't been updated in a while so this may not be a useful thing to set up. It requires a version of PHP that even Dreamhost doesn't offer anymore (v7.1 or earlier because it's based upon Symfony v2 (and it's up to v5 now)).
Bookmarked mostly so that I remember the phrase "inventory mangement" to search on.
It seems that you can't use it with PHP newer than v7.1 due to the version of Symfony it's built on.
They make custom case badges, labels, and inventory tags.
A F/OSS IT asset and software license management application. Keep track of servers, racks, switches, and other kinds of IT stuff. Written in PHP using Laravel. Has a REST API. Mobile friendly. Slack integration. Per user language settings. Backups can be run manually or through a cronjob. LDAP and SAML support for authentication.
Mventory is an API-driven inventory solution for Makers, Makerspaces, Hackspaces, and just about anyone else who needs to keep track of "stuff".
I've written it to scratch an itch because I couldn't find anything else out there that would give me a simple way to keep track of the various components and materials in my garage, and wanted something that could translate easily from my house to a Makerspace in future.
Apart from the very basic admin pages there is no "pretty" interface built in, but the ability to communicate with the platform from almost any other platform is there from day one.
Happy with using the built-in admin pages? Great! Go for it!
Want to write an app for your phone that you can use whilst walking around the Makerspace? Yup, you can do that too!
By having the built-in admin but allowing anyone to write their own front-end for the platform, all we need to worry about is storing and presenting the raw data to whatever you choose to use to query it. This makes the code a lot easier to maintain for us, whilst keeping the options for future integration wide open!
Uses SQLite by default.
InvenTree is an open-source Inventory Management System which provides powerful low-level stock control and part tracking. The core of the InvenTree system is a Python/Django database backend which provides an admin interface (web-based) and a JSON API for interaction with external interfaces and applications.
InvenTree is designed to be lightweight and easy to use for SME or hobbyist applications, where many existing stock management solutions are bloated and cumbersome to use. Updating stock is a single-action process and does not require a complex system of work orders or stock transactions.
Has a mobile app.
Look in https://github.com/Zeigren/inventree-docker/blob/master/inventree_vhost.conf to see how to proxy it with Nginx.
RackTables is a web application that makes it easy to maintain inventories of your data centers. Can handle multiple data centers, racks, machines, categories and types of device... requires a basic LAMP stack.
A clone of Librarything. Used to inventory your personal library. Integrates Wikidata to get more information for the contents of your library.