Abiquo dynamic inventory plugin for Ansible

May 14th, 2014 / Daniel Beneyto

 You might have heard about Ansible recently, but if you haven’t, we recommend that you have a look at the Ansible official website. To summarize using Ansible’s own description: “Ansible is a radically simple IT orchestration engine that automates configuration management, application deployment, and many other IT needs” Abiquo has a native Chef integration (Chef […]

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Developing tools with the Abiquo API: noVNC token generator

February 24th, 2014 / Sergio Pena

 Most of the examples we have provided of how to interact with the Abiquo API are written in Python, so now it’s time to put some rubies in our blog. We will show you how to use Ruby to interact with Abiquo APIs. First we will consume events by connecting to the Outbound API, but […]

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v2.6 is on the air

October 3rd, 2013 / Xavi Fernandez

 Abiquo v2.6 release has launched earlier this week, it is Abiquo’s most anticipated release to date and we encourage you all to download and try it out. To give you some background; the 2.4 release really focused on ensuring that we dealt with any scalability barriers detected in our stress tests. With v2.6 the focus has been on […]

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Developing tools with Abiquo API: Event notifier

March 7th, 2013 / Marc Morata

 One of the KEY points of Abiquo is that you can use its API to access ALL resources and actions available from the graphical user interface. This enables us to create an infinite number of external applications that you can integrate with your environment or platform. All the API resources are documented on our wiki. In this […]

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Abiquo API Versioning

June 20th, 2012 / ssedano

 Here at Abiquo we just released our 2.0-GA version. And among many improvements and goodies we released our API. From the beginning, we have always wanted to stick to RESTFul principles of design. We all agreed that RESTFul APIs when done well are simple to use and easy to understand. We want to not only […]

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