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.
Most automation applies imperative programming as they execute in a specific sequence. This complicates the automation of multi-domain service delivery.
Multi-domain use cases are the new normal and require an end-to-end automation solution. Most tools in the market have a specific focus and do not suffice.
Ansible got very popular for network automation, but why is there still a large backlog of semi-manual network engineering and service provisioning tasks?
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 […]
In the 2019.2 release, we added built-in performance monitoring to the Inmanta Service Orchestrator. This post explains a bit about the why, what and how. Why performance monitoring? For both operators (who run the software) and developers (who make the software), in-app performance monitoring is important to keep track of application health. If an API […]
Pydantic is a library to validate JSON documents and convert 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. I’ve only started using it recently, but I love it. […]
We have just released open-source version 2019.2 of the Inmanta Orchestrator. The big change in this release is the switch from MongoDB to PostgreSQL. When upgrading to 2019.2, please consult the documentation. By moving to PostgreSQL, we have roughly doubled the deployment performance. A second big improvement is that the orchestrator can now report performance […]