Hi. It's been a while been since I've last looked at foreman. I was
wondering if there was any way to enable SoftLayer support for Compute
I seem to have read somewhere that foreman uses fog for virtual
provisioning and was hoping that installing fog-softlayer would add support
but apparently not.
I'm using 1.8.0-RC2.
> Hi. It's been a while been since I've last looked at foreman. I was
> wondering if there was any way to enable SoftLayer support for Compute
It's not there, however if it's in Fog as you say, it can be easily
added as a plugin. Here are some examples:
and some docs to help
If you decide to do it, please ping us and we'd be glad to package it
and serve it through our rpm/deb repositories. Unless I'm mistaken, new
compute resources will always come via a plugin, not through
contributions to core any more.
> I seem to have read somewhere that foreman uses fog for virtual
> provisioning and was hoping that installing fog-softlayer would add support
> but apparently not.
> I'm using 1.8.0-RC2.
We use fog, but still most providers require some kind of handling with
the fog attributes (providers API is not as homogeneous as it once was).
Thank you for asking, find us on #theforeman-dev on Freenode IRC if you
want live help with the plugin creation
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