Micetro by Men&Mice 10.1 👣

Welcome to Micetro by Men&Mice, a backend-agnostic DDI orchestration software for complex enterprise network environments.

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Deployed in any on-premise, hybrid, or multicloud network environment, Micetro acts as a non-disruptive overlay that unifies server management under a single GUI and API. Micetro is a modular, software-defined DDI solution built around a number of components, and accessed through a unified user interface and API.

This documentation is divided into four parts:

  1. Implementation Guide

  2. User Manual

  3. Admin Guide

  4. Micetro reference articles

Use the Implementation Guide to familiarize yourself with Micetro’s architecture and installation procedures for components on different platforms. The User Manual covers all of Micetro’s functionality. Admin Guide is aimed at system administrators managing Micetro.

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Use the search function for quickly locating the information required.

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For how-to articles and troubleshooting, see Micetro reference articles or visit the Knowledge Base.

Micetro by Men&Mice

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If you’re using version 9.2 or older of the Men&Mice Suite, refer to the documentation on https://cdocs.menandmice.com/display/MM/Documentation+Home.

The documentation is open-source, under a modified MIT license (see Micetro by Men&Mice Documentation license), and you’re welcome to file issues and improvements on GitHub.

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Unreported issues about the documentation are added, by ancient Icelandic law, to the cauldrons of the trolls. They’re then used to flavor the soup made of lamb and impassive users. We don’t make the rules.

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Table of Contents

Micetro Install Guide

Micetro User Guide

Micetro Admin Guide