The new client can take care of unattended installations of .app directories, .dmg, .pkg and .zip files under macOS. The patch management initiates a connection of the Macs to the Apple servers and regulates the download and installation of existing updates. There is also the option to write scripts for updating third-party applications. Also, the configuration of the software runs automated. The opsi script interpreter can process and deliver quite different formats of setup files, including XML, JSON, .ini, or key-value files.
The developers have also ported the two tools hwaudit and swaudit for inventorying hardware and software. Both tools now work cross-platform, detect the operating system, collect information and transmit it to the opsi server.
opsi for macOS info (pdf)
opsi macOS manual (pdf)