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Fleio 2020.06: Beta release, more angular news, scheduled backups with celery beat and more

Fleio 2020.06.1 was released. The latest version was published on 2020-06-17 and it’s a stable release.

Beta release

Starting with 2020.06 release we are changing the way on how we release Fleio. The first version (2020.06.0) will be a beta one, and will not be pushed to the public repository.

Packages will be available only on demand, so if you are interested in testing the latest changes please open a new support ticket.

Shortly after 2020.06.0 is release, we plan to move on releasing the stable version, which should be 2020.06.1 version.

Fleio settings menu available on angular!

If you were following our latest blog posts you know that we’re currently migrating from AngularJS to Angular.

With the latest release we have now fully migrated the Settings menu to angular. This includes all sub menus.

To be able to access this you need to have angular frontend enabled.

If you want to try the new angular frontend before we release the stable version, you can check our demo.

Scheduled backups with celery beat

Since 2020.05 we have started to migrate the long running tasks (process clients, collect traffic data) from crons to celery beat tasks.

With 20202.06 we have also migrated de scheduled backups.

New settings options

The timout limit for long running tasks (mentioned previously)
The number of decimals allowed for prices in pricing rules. We recommend to use maximum 10 decimals.
Before 2020.06, the display IP was the first IP that was assigned to instance. Sometimes, this might had been an IPv6, which is not that human readable. With this option you will be able to force the display of IPv4, if there is one.
Ensures the cluster is created using an api user  when a client creates it

Fleio 2020.06 includes many more improvements and bug fixes. For a full list see the full 2020.06 changelog.

See the latest version of Fleio in the online demo and contact us to discuss how we can implement Fleio in your OpenStack cloud.

Fleio 2020.01: Operations user interface, improvements to the ticketing system, bug fixes and more

Fleio version 2019.12 is now available! The latest version was published today, 2019-01-16.

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Fleio 2019.05: cloud-init, flavor stock, charge instance by state

We have just released Fleio version 2019.05. Read on to see what’s new.

Create compute instance: shows out of stock flavor and Cloud-init user data
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First Fleio OpenStack Billing Release is Now Available to Download: 0.9-alpha

Fleio is an OpenStack billing system and self-service control panel for public cloud service providers.

Version 0.9-alpha, the first public release, is now available to download and install on-premises.

Fleio - OpenStack Billing and Self-Service Portal - Staff Area

Fleio – OpenStack Billing and Self-Service Portal – Staff Area

Fleio’s high-level features are:

  • Customer management: user sign-up/on-boarding, manage companies, and OpenStack projects
  • End-user self-service portal
  • Measures OpenStack cloud resource usage
  • Applies complex pricing rules on usage
  • Billing: invoicing, PayPal or credit card charging, email notifications

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OpenStack billing features – Fleio 1.0 preview (part 2 of 2)

You saw the billing options you have for block devices and disk images. Today I’d like to show you the OpenStack billing features for compute instances and network traffic.

Fleio can apply a cost to compute instances based on multiple attributes:

  • existence over time (of instance)
  • vCPUs: number of virtual CPU cores
  • root_gb: root file system size in GB
  • memory_mb: the instance memory (RAM)
  • instance_type: the name of the flavor (eg: m1.tiny)
  • availability_zone: the availability zone of the instance
  • cell_name: the name of the cell where the instance resides
  • any other metadata attribute

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OpenStack billing features – Fleio 1.0 preview (part 1 of 2)

As we’re getting close to 1.0-alpha release, I’d like to show you some of the OpenStack billing capabilities of Fleio.

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