I have a RHEL-6.5 desktop that I run libvirt on. Normally I subscription-manager register this to my development foretello to test host/guest subscriptions (I work on the subscription aspects of katello). This development foretello runs from git on my laptop. What I would like to do is have the foretello running on my laptop use the libvirt on the desktop. I'm sure this is possible, but this is well out of my experience.
As a user, I would like to add an arbitrary running libvirt to foreman so it is fully functional to launch VMs and console into them.
As a user, I would like to provision a RHEL-6.5 server with libvirt and add it to the foreman that launched so it is fully functional to launch VMs and console into them.
As a user, I would like to provision a RHEL-6.5 server with RHEV-H and add it to the foreman that launched so it is fully functional to launch VMs and console into them.
I have this vision that I believe it is likely foreman can already do were it not for my own lack of knowledge. Hopefully foreman is the tool to abstract those details to a point that it is possible. This vision is, "As a user, I see a host in inventory and choose to make it a libvirt host for use in foreman."
Some resources I've looked through…
“The leader must aim high, see big, judge widely, thus setting himself apart form the ordinary people who debate in narrow confines.” ~ Charles De Gaulle
“Leadership is about making others better as a result of your presence and making sure that impact lasts in your absence.” ~ Harvard Business School