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Re: [Xen-users] Announcing XenMaster

On 13 Feb 2012, at 14:59, Ciprian Pantea wrote:

Oh yeah, sorry, didn't find that last week. Does it support installations from templates and user based access?

They weren't there yet last week :) -- people asked for them so we've put some screenshots on our site for your viewing pleasure.

Templates will be supported in v1.0. User based access is somewhat more advanced, XCP has some kind of RBAC IIRC, properly understanding this and integrating it to support something like user access will probably take a while. 
Of course, you're always welcome to contribute.


On Mon, Feb 13, 2012 at 15:21, Scott Damron <sdamron@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Screen shots are included on the Wiki...

On Mon, Feb 13, 2012 at 7:19 AM, Ciprian Pantea <cipixul@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I'd love to give it a try too but screenshots would have been better :)
> I'm not clear though on the list of features and I don't find any on your
> site either.
> Good job!
> PS: try to get rid of java in the future
> On Mon, Feb 13, 2012 at 14:41, Scott Damron <sdamron@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Instead of harshing on your for using Java, I am going to say - Nicely
>> done!  I use either Linux or Mac OS X workstations, and have to run a
>> VM of Windows if I want to use a GUI to manage my Xen boxes.  I
>> actually prefer to do the management via a GUI because I don't have a
>> lot of time to waste on trying to remember all of the commands to do
>> stuff.  Thank you for the hard work, I will certainly be giving it a
>> try.
>> Regards,
>> Scott
>> On Sat, Feb 11, 2012 at 1:00 PM, Wannes De Smet <wannes321@xxxxxxxxx>
>> wrote:
>> > We're happy to announce XenMaster, which has the ambitious goal to
>> > become
>> > the de facto frontend for Xen with XCP.
>> >
>> > We've had the opportunity to present our project to some of the Xen/XCP
>> > developers and now it's time to announce the project to a larger public.
>> > XenMaster, in short, is a HTML5 frontend coupled to a Java backend
>> > delivering a rich UI for Xen, targeted at end users.
>> > At the moment, one is able to successfully add NFS ISO repositories and
>> > iSCSI/NFS storage repositories (iSCSI currently only works on XenServer
>> > 5.6), create a HVM VM and control it via a VNC shell.
>> >
>> > Development thus far has been carried out by Jorgen Evens, frontend lead
>> > and
>> > Wannes De Smet, project lead and backend developer. Of course, we now
>> > would
>> > like to welcome you in becoming a tester and/or contributor!
>> > You can find more information at xen-master.org, to install and
>> > configure
>> > XenMaster. If you'd like to help and have experience in developing Java
>> > and/or _javascript_, load the source in your favorite IDE and have at it!
>> >
>> > If you have any questions at all, we'll be happy to answer them here or
>> > through GitHub.
>> >
>> > We hope to welcome you in using XenMaster!
>> > Jorgen Evens
>> > Wannes De Smet
>> > XenMaster
>> >
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