Abiquo dynamic inventory plugin for Ansible

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...

Playing around with libvirt and Open VirtualSwitch

Some time ago, we had a couple of inquiries about support for running KVM hypervisors with Open vSwitch (OVS). Older versions of OVS included the brcompat module, which made OVS work with regular Linux bridges instead of its own virtual switches. This meant Abiquo...

Developing tools with the Abiquo API: noVNC token generator

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...

Abiquo Workflow Acceptance Tool explained!

When developing Abiquo v2.6, simplicity and functionality was the focus and the workflow acceptance tool has achieved just that. The new workflow feature will allow you to create your own tools to interact with Abiquo processes at the very same moment they are being...

As simple as ABC – The Abiquo Brooklyn Catalog

Guest blogger: Alex Heneveld, CTO at CloudSoft We recently had the pleasure of hosting a visit from Abiquo; pleasurable because it quickly morphed into a hackathon with Xavier Fernandez which yielded a nicely working integration. A long flight gave me the chance to...

An open approach to code reviews

One of the key aspects of every software product is the quality of the product itself. This is often measured by taking the number of bugs, performance metrics, the amount of memory needed to run it, and shown to the world in the form of attractive reports and...