@StavrevaS StavrevaS released this Sep 15, 2017 · 45 commits to master since this release

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 What's new?

Event-based Provisioning with Kafka

This release provides for the integration of event-based provisioning systems with Apache Kafka.

A first pre-release of such a system based on an OSCM microservice framework can be found
here. It uses Kubernetes Helm for installing and managing containerized applications in Kubernetes.

Detailed information on how to use the new feature can be found here.

Specification of a Marketplace ID

When a marketplace is created, it is now possible to optionally specify an ID. If nothing is specified, the system still generates the ID automatically. This option is also available using the API.

Open Service Catalog Manager Getting OSCM 17.4

You can find our deliverables below, as zip files. Apart from the binaries, the zips contain the relevant documentation.

Extensive 'how to' documentation can be found in our readme.md file as well as in our official documentation. The documentation for this release can be found here.

Jul 28, 2017
prototype
Jul 4, 2017
Merge pull request #790 from servicecatalog/hotfix/issue-788
Hotfix/issue-788

@GoebelL GoebelL released this Jul 3, 2017 · 168 commits to master since this release

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 What's new?

Obtaining Subscription Usage Data

A platform operator can now create a report listing all currently active subscriptions of all customers, including the number of virtual machines (VMs) booked with subscriptions to IaaS services, for example, in OpenStack. The report also shows the number of users assigned to the subscriptions. This data can then be passed to suppliers so that they can charge customers for their usage of VMs.

APP Configuration in Web Interface

The APP administrator can now change some configuration settings for APP using the APP Web interface where service controllers are registered. The new settings overwrite the ones stored in the bssapp database as imported via the configsettings.properties file when APP was deployed.

Configuration of Ports for the OSCM Glassfish Domains

The glassfish.domain.WS_PORT configuration setting has been renamed to glassfish.domain.WS_PORT_SECURE. This setting defines the port used for a secure HTTP listener for Web service connections of the application server. The listener now uses SSL with the default application server certificate (s1as).

Extension of Parameter Configuration Tool Sample

The parameter configuration tool sample included in the OSCM integration package has been extended. It is now possible for customers to view the price per subscription for a parameter when subscribing to a service. The parameter tool API has also been extended by methods for retrieving information on parameter prices for a subscription and per user.

The sample UI supports for parameter prices for subscriptions. The API does not support stepped prices. In addition, currencies are not displayed/displayable.

Open Service Catalog Manager Getting OSCM 17.2

You can find our deliverables below, as zip files. Apart from the binaries, the zips contain the relevant documentation.

Extensive 'how to' documentation can be found in our readme.md file as well as in our official documentation. The documentation for this release can be found here.

Jun 13, 2017
Issue #31 - Modified build files.
Jun 8, 2017
cloudbuild: no split mi and bes - remove mi image

@GoebelL GoebelL released this Jun 23, 2017 · 202 commits to master since this release

Assets 12

 What's new?

Managing HEAT templates

The OpenStack service controller now supports for managing HEAT templates allowing to deploy multiple VMs. The technology manager now has the option to import templates that can be referenced in a technical service definition into the APP database. The graphical user interface for configuring the OpenStack service controller has been extended so that templates can be imported, exported, and removed in the APP database. If a template with the same name is imported twice, the original (first) one is replaced by the second one.

APP Configuration in Web Interface

The APP administrator can now change some configuration settings for APP using the APP Web interface where service controllers are registered. The new settings overwrite the ones stored in the bssapp database as imported via the configsettings.properties file when APP was deployed. The following settings can be edited:

  • APP_BASE_URL
  • APP_ADMIN_MAIL_ADDRESS
  • BSS_USER_KEY
  • BSS_USER_ID
  • BSS_USER_PWD

Open Service Catalog Manager Getting OSCM 17.1

You can find our deliverables below, as zip files. Apart from the binaries, the zips contain the relevant documentation.

Extensive 'how to' documentation can be found in our readme.md file as well as in our official documentation. The documentation for this release can be found here.