Inmanta Service Orchestrator 5.3 brings new features such as partial compile, a new quickstart, and several other improvements.
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.
How to monitor Inmanta Service Orchestrator through its RESTful APIs to make sure everything is configured properly.
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.
Release 5 of Inmanta Service Orchestrator, introducing a new modules format and new UI, and support for native Terraform providers.
Announcing the release of Inmanta Modules v2. This simplifies and improves the testing and development experience, while reducing human error.
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.
In this post, we will be taking on Python type hinting and discuss the subtle differences between object and Any types and how static type checkers behave based on our instructions. There are a few static type checkers for Python like mypy, pytype and pyright to name a few, that help bring the assurance of […]