HI Kees,

Thanks for the info. I’ve already tried SaltStack but had the problem that the 
official LXC module was only lxc and not LXD. It worked, but the containers 
didn’t appear in ' lxc list’ . I’ll try the GitHub LXD formula.

I’ve also seen that there is a module in Ansible that I will try soon.

But I’ve also seen there are  systems with web graphical interfaces that offer 
an abstraction layer above clouds that can offer a merged view on private 
cloud/virtualization/containers servers and public clouds:
 CloudForms ( ManageIQ) and Foreman are 2 of them. 

From what I understand they offer a sort of customer portal, and integrate 
orchestration for provisioning automatisation. I was wondering if there is 
something like that compatible with lxd. I didn’t find any myself.



> On 2 Feb 2018, at 17:53, Kees Bos <cornelis....@gmail.com> wrote:
> On do, 2018-02-01 at 23:15 +0100, Michel Jansens wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I’ve been looking around to get a web interface for customer portal/
>> container management for lxc.
>> I looked a bit at ManageIQ and Foreman, but found no provider for
>> lxd.
>> Do you know of any project that have lxd connectors/providers?
>> I know that lxd integrates in OpenStack at Canonical and OpenStack
>> has providers  for both applications, but I would prefer to avoid it
>> (too complex and heavy hardware requirements).
>> Alternatively, would there be a gateway that would offer a known API
>> and translate/emulate it to lxd? ( Ovirt, VMware, Amazon, Azure,
>> Google are a few well supported APIs)  
> I'm not sure if you're after this kind of integratio, but saltstack can
> provision containers.
> https://github.com/saltstack-formulas/lxd-formula
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