Hello again. Drew here, covering all of the amazing contributions over the last week in ManageIQ.
On behalf of the ManageIQ team, we’re pleased to announce the Beta release for ManageIQ Euwe!
Hello again! Tim here with a wrap-up of all the ManageIQ activity from last week.
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 However, as our community grows, some of the information on the site have become outdated or inadequate.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.
We’ve just built Darga-4.1 This release contains a security fix, bug fixes, numerous UI tweaks, and stabilization.
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.
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.
Thanks for tuning in today for the topical Last Week in ManageIQ! Drew Uhlmann here with you to limn marked mint MIQ metamorphoses.
There is a ManageIQ Sprint review every 3 weeks, and everyone in the community is welcome to participate. To join our Sprint review meeting, please use this Bluejeans link.