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Foreman Community Newsletter September 2021

A lot has happened this month. A big thank you to everyone who made September a busy time in the Foreman community!

Foreman 3.0 is here!

Foreman 3.0 has been released. Here is a summary of what’s new in this major version.

Automating Systems with Foreman, AWX, and FreeIPA

Foreman not only can ensure that our systems have a consistent view of our desired content, but also can provision those systems identically across many physical, virtual and public cloud environments. Whether we are using network or image based provisioning, there may be a limit to the configuration and integrations that we can apply to a system with kickstart or cloud-init during the build. Using Ansible in addition to kickstart opens up additional possibilities. In this post, we will look at how we integrate Foreman Provisioning with AWX to help us deliver consistent complete solutions repeatedly in any environment and across them!

Foreman Community Newsletter (August 2021)

Release candidates, design proposals, some nice new scripts for task maintenance, and much more!

[Action Required: Debian/Ubuntu] Upgrade Ansible and Remote Execution plugins on 2.5

Due to a mistake, we accidentally published wrongly versioned packages for the Ansible and Remote Execution plugins in the Debian repository for Foreman 2.5.

The 2021 community survey is now live! Please take a few minutes to fill it out and help us make Foreman better!

Foreman 3.0.0 has been released! Follow the quick start to install it.

Foreman 2.5.4 has been released! Follow the quick start to install it.

Foreman 2.4.1 has been released! Follow the quick start to install it.