The original Capablanca-1 release contains a number of bugs that have been reported to be breaking some sections of the application.
I am excited to share this piece of news with the community: the second ManageIQ Design Summit will take place this summer, on June 6 & 7 (Mon-Tue), at the Sheraton Mahwah Hotel in Mahwah, New Jersey.
As we announced last week, the ManageIQ Design Summit will be on June 6-7 in Mahwah, NJ. We are now opening the Call for Papers. If you’re interested in having a presentation at the summit, please submit your talk proposals here. The CFP will be open for the whole of March, ending on 2016-03-31 at 23:00 UTC. Speakers will be notified of acceptance by mid-April.
When ManageIQ was open-sourced in June 2014, the project was carrying some bits that made it necessary to dual-license as GPL and Apache License. The intention was always to be single-licensed under the Apache license.
As we’re approaching the Darga release, we are adding translations for ManageIQ UI, and we need you to be part of the community translation effort!
On behalf of the ManageIQ team, I’m pleased to announce the first release candidate (RC1) for ManageIQ Darga!
Vote for the E-Release!!!
The results of the poll on the name of the E release are in. Max Euwe is the winner! Looking forward to all the exciting features that will come in the Euwe release!
The slides from ManageIQ Design Summit 2016 are now available, as well as accompanying demo videos (these are not the recordings of the talks, which are still being processed). Here is the list in presentation order during the summit. Hope you find them useful to review ideas shared during the event!
We’ve just built Darga-2. This release contains bug fixes, numerous UI tweaks, and stabilization.
In this post, we speak with Peter McGowan, author of Mastering CloudForms Automation, to find out about his interest in CloudForms automation and the process behind bringing his book to reality. You can download an electronic copy of the book from the Red Hat Customer Portal. (Addendum for CloudForms 4.5 & 4.6)
Hello and welcome to the first Last Week in ManageIQ! This is Tim here ready to take you on a whirlwind tour of some of the many, many (many) updates we had to the ManageIQ codebase over just the last week.
The second ManageIQ Design Summit was held on June 6-7, 2016 in Mahwah, NJ. We welcomed over 160 participants from around the world (more than double the attendance of the first summit!). There were a total of 26 sessions by 34 presenters. If you missed some of the presentations, or would like to take another look at them, here is the playlist of video recordings of all the sessions, starting with Oleg’s keynote:
This is part 2 of our series on Ansible Tower Integration in Red Hat CloudForms.
Hello! Drew here,
Hi! This is Chris welcoming you to another edition of Last Week in ManageIQ! Let’s take a look back at all the lovely changes made to ManageIQ as we turned the calendars to August.
This is part 4 of our series on Ansible Tower Integration in Red Hat CloudForms.
Hi! David here, from the UI team!
This is part 5, the last post of our series on Ansible Tower Integration in Red Hat CloudForms.
What ho! Welcome to another jolly edition of Last Week in ManageIQ. Julian here, hailing from the Providers team. Let’s put the kettle on and take a look over what’s happened this last week in ManageIQ.
We’ve just built Darga-3. This release contains bug fixes, numerous UI tweaks, and stabilization.
Jillian here to guide you through another edition of Last Week in ManageIQ. Let’s get this show on the road and explore what we’ve accomplished last week!
With this short video, we continue our series based on Red Hat Knowledge Base articles exploring how to take advantage of Ansible Automation inside Red Hat CloudForms. This post is a follow-up of our previous My First Ansible Service article.
Greetings from sunny Brno, Happy Martin here, from the UI team :).
Brno office sends its regards once again. I, Zita will tell you more about last week’s news in ManageIQ codebase :)
Thanks for tuning in today for the topical Last Week in ManageIQ! Drew Uhlmann here with you to limn marked mint MIQ metamorphoses.
One side effect of quick and easy provisioning of virtual machines (VMs) is VM sprawl. To keep the number of VMs manageable, administrators set retirement dates to automatically retire the VM and free the hardware resources.
Hi everyone! This is Jason, bringing you this week’s Last Week in ManageIQ. This past week was the final development week before the upcoming beta release of the Euwe branch! After the beta release, we will start on many weeks of stabilization, so keep on the lookout for lots of bug fixes in the coming weeks.
We’ve just built Darga-4.1 This release contains a security fix, bug fixes, numerous UI tweaks, and stabilization.
When ManageIQ was open sourced two years ago, the manageiq.org website was launched to support the project and its community. Many enhancements have been added over time to serve the needs of ManageIQ users and developers. However, as our community grows, some of the information on the site have become outdated or inadequate. We’ve also heard numerous requests and suggestions from you during this year’s events such as ManageIQ Design Summit and Red Hat Summit, and it’s evident that the website needed an overhaul.
Hello again! Tim here with a wrap-up of all the ManageIQ activity from last week.
On behalf of the ManageIQ team, we’re pleased to announce the Beta release for ManageIQ Euwe!
Hello again. Drew here, covering all of the amazing contributions over the last week in ManageIQ.
Hello out there, Manage IQ Community. Jillian here again with the latest edition of Last Week in Manage IQ!
On behalf of the ManageIQ team, we’re pleased to announce the Release Cadidate of ManageIQ Euwe!
Bronagh here bringing you this week’s edition of Last Week in ManageIQ!
A milestone was met this week when we entered into the stabilization phase of the upcoming Euwe release. At this point we will concentrate on fixing bugs. If you would like to help out then take your pick from our open issues.
Martin here, bringing you this week’s edition of Last Week in ManageIQ.
Vote for the F-Release!!! Here is the Poll on talk.manageiq.org
Hi. I, ZitaNemeckova will tell you more about this weeks news in our Last Week in ManageIQ.
Welcome to the Sprint 49 review recap. The Euwe release candidate has been running its course, waiting for the next release to take over soon. Stay tuned!
Hi! This is Laura with some highlights of our Last Week in ManageIQ.
The results of the poll on the name of the F release are in. Reuben Fine is the winner! Looking forward to all the exciting features that will come in the Fine release! Thanks to all that voted!! We had 98 total votes for the F-Release (includes one write-in),…whereas, the E-Release garnered a total of 53 votes. The ManageIQ Community is Growing!
On behalf of the ManageIQ team, we’re pleased to announce the Release Candidate 2 of ManageIQ Euwe!
Hello! Dávid here from the UI team with some updates about the changes since last week.
We’ve just built Darga-5. This release contains a security fix, bug fixes, numerous UI tweaks, and stabilization.
Howdy! I am JoeV. I work with the ManageIQ Platform Team. Below is a review of the changes made Last Week in ManageIQ.
Chris here, welcoming you to another edition of Last Week in ManageIQ! It’s a balmy 0° here in Minnesota, USA - that’s about -18° Celsius, according to local authorities. With the wind chill making it -20° (-29°C), I’m thinking a look back at all the great work done on ManageIQ for the past week is just what we need to keep warm on this fine winter day!
Two improved pull requests for Elven-kings under the sky,
Three fixed for Dwarf-lords in their halls of stone,
Two new for Mortal Men, doomed to die,
One deleted for the Dark Lord on his dark throne
In the land of ManageIQ where the heisenbugs lie.
One blog post to rule them all, One blog post to find them,
One blog post to bring them all and in the darkness bind them.
In the land of ManageIQ where the heisenbugs lie.
We’re delighted to announce the release of ManageIQ Euwe! This fifth ManageIQ release is named after Dutch chess Grandmaster Max Euwe.