Fleio version 2019.06 is now available! The latest version enables you to secure the end-user and staff user accounts with two-factor authentication, clients can create volume backups and some new customization options are now available.Continue reading
Fleio version 2019.04 is now available.
Just like every month, we’re adding features and improvements to Fleio – OpenStack billing and control panel for public cloud service providers. Read on for the major features in 2019.04.Continue reading
We have just released Fleio version 2019.03. Read on and see what’s new.
Here comes a brand new version of Fleio, OpenStack billing, and control panel – version 2019.02.1.
We usually make one planned release per month, but we’re also trying to react quickly to customers’ needs. A customer asked to get some features as soon as possible, so we’re making the second release this month.
Fleio – OpenStack billing and control panel for service providers – version 2019.02 is now available.
Some of the new features are unique to Fleio and not present in OpenStack Horizon:
We’ve just released Fleio 1.2. OpenStack instance backup, IPv6 firewall rules, TLDs custom fields and many more.
We’ve just released Fleio billing 1.1 introducing support for OpenStack Rocky, domain name registration and many more features.
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’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
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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