Foreman Blog

Integrating Foreman with Event-Driven Ansible

Event-Driven Ansible is a new way of automation where your automation can dynamically react to events that happen in your environment. Today, we want to show you how you can integrate that with Foreman using the Foreman Webhooks plugin.

Using Personal Access Tokens with Ansible

When using Ansible to manage Foreman with the Foreman Ansible Modules, we need to provide a username and a password for authentication. But what happens if the user doesn’t have a password in Foreman, because external authentication (like LDAP or Kerberos) is used?

Foreman Community Newsletter (Jue 2022)

50% through 2022 and through the Foreman 3.4 release. Here are the latest updates from around the Foreman community!

Foreman Community Newsletter (May 2022)

A news round up from around the Foreman community this last month!

Foreman Community Newsletter April 2022

EL7 deprecation and upgrade information, Foreman 3.3 release candidate updates, getting started with Foreman in 2022, and more!

Foreman 3.7.0 has been released! Follow the quick start to install it.

Foreman 3.6.2 has been released! Follow the quick start to install it.