The goal of this blog post is to provide a basic understanding of how to use the ManageIQ REST API when configured with OpenID-Connect authentication.
Part one of this series described the functionality for using built-in roles to perform tasks with Ansible playbooks rather than Ruby methods in Fine. Part two of this series looked at how host lists and input parameters can be passed to embedded Ansible playbook services and methods. This article will discuss how a playbook method can form part of a larger automation workflow by interacting with the ManageIQ Automate workspace.
Part one of this series described the manageiq_automate and manageiq_vmdb roles that can be used by a playbook to interact with a ManageIQ workflow.
This is the first of four blog posts in a series written by Peter McGowan about Embedded Ansible capabilities released in ManageIQ Fine.
Happy 2019! We kick off this year with a great feature on collaboration.
This blog post provides a high level overview of the ways ManageIQ Authentication can be configured. It also gives a brief summary of the steps used to configure them.
The goal of this blog post is to provide a basic understanding of:
- ManageIQ authentication configurations
- How to troubleshoot the technologies supporting ManageIQ authentication.
- What to provide to engineering when an irresolvable ManageIQ authentication issue is encountered.
The API has been growing quickly thanks to our many contributors. In an effort to help new contributors get up to speed quickly, it was about time for a blog post to explain the process of adding in a new collection and subcollection, as well as provide some examples for commonly asked questions.
Note: Hawkular was deprecated as of December 18th, 2017. New releases of ManageIQ won’t include support for Hawkular as a Middleware Provider.
How does one use the miqldap_to_sssd conversion tool?