CloudForms 4.6 provided the ability to run embedded Ansible playbooks as methods, and it can be useful to include such a playbook in an existing workflow such as the VM Provision state machine.
The results of the poll on the name of the I release are in. Vassily Mykhaylovych Ivanchuk is the winner! Looking forward to all the striking features that will come in the Ivanchuk release. Thanks to all that voted - we had 92 total votes for the I-Release.
This is a follow up on our series Infrastructure Tour Italy. In this part we will show Ansible Tower, Drift Analysis and OpenShift Integration
We’ve just built Gaprindashvili-4. This release contains bug fixes, UI tweaks, and stabilization. Here are just a few of the things added since Gaprindashvili-3 release:
Vote for the I-Release!!! Here is the Poll on talk.manageiq.org
This week is a sing-along MIQ Sea Shanty after the style of the old “Roll the Old Chariot Down”
It’s an oppressively clammy summer Saturday afternoon. You have the weekend to write YALMiMIQ. It’s Saturday and you can afford to procrastinate. You open the GitHub query and peruse the recent additions anyway, wondering what to showcase this time.
We’ve just built Gaprindashvili-3. This release contains bug fixes, UI tweaks, and stabilization. Here are just a few of the things added since Gaprindashvili-2 release:
Here is the video of the live demo Maxim Burgerhout and myself performed at Red Hat Summit in San Francisco 2018.