K8s and Inmanta are like apples and oranges. They are too different to compare as they have a different purpose, but they go well together.
There is a strong tendency to use Kubernetes for any automation and orchestration task. However, Kubernetes is a hammer for very specific nails.
Combine Inmanta’s advanced multi-domain service orchestration with all Terraform providers, without having to install Terraform.
Remember to assert invariants, even if (or particularly when) they are trivial. That’s the lesson we learnt again today.
Inmanta Service Orchestrator release 4.4.0 completes the transition to our new UI. The Web Console comes with 4 new views.
The open-source graph module is an internal tool we use at Inmanta to turn models into pictures. In this blog post, we explain how you can use it.
Version 3.4.0 of Inmanta Service Orchestrator comes with following new features: root cause analysis, embedded entities, emergency stop, improved plugin modularity and more.
Open-source version 2020.1 of the Inmanta Orchestrator introduces major improvements to the compiler and the OpenAPI specification of the orchestrator.
Open-source version 2019.3 of Inmanta Service Orchestrator introduces improved support for plugin-in extensions to the orchestrator.
Pydantic is a library to validate JSON documents and converts them into Python objects, based on Python Type Annotations. It works really well, it is easy to use, it supports everything we can possibly expect it to support and saves us a ton of effort. However, there a few less intuitive aspects to it, which […]