Hi Michal,

yes please do!


On Thu, Feb 26, 2015 at 6:49 PM, Michal Privoznik <mprivozn@redhat.com> wrote:
On 26.02.2015 17:21, Markos Gogoulos wrote:
> Hi,
> I would like to announce that we have integrated libvirt for managing
> KVM vms on mist.io <http://mist.io>. Mist.io is an open source project
> and a service that can assist you in managing your vms on a unified way,
> providing a simple interface for all of your infrastructure (multiple
> public cloud providers, OpenStack based public/private clouds, Docker
> servers, bare metal servers and now KVM hypervisors).
> Adding a KVM backend via libvirt will show a list of all of the virtual
> machines (running and terminated), along with the hypervisor itself. You
> can execute actions such as reboot, shutdown and start. Instead of
> having to log in to the hypervisor to reboot a VM that has hanged, you
> can do it with a few taps on your smartphone, laptop or tablet, along
> with the rest of your infrastructure. You can also have a web ssh shell
> if you add an ssh key. Creation of new VMs is not supported yet but is
> on our plans.
> You can have a look on a blog post we've written recently at
> http://blog.mist.io/post/110890044256/announcing-kvm-and-vcloud-support,
> use the open source tool (http://github.com/mistio/mist.io) or try out
> the service (https://mist.io) offering more features such as monitoring,
> adding custom metrics, scripts and logs.
> Hope you'll find it usefull
> Cheers,
> Markos

Hey, that's awesome news! Mind proposing a patch against
docs/apps.html.in? It'll be generated into [1] once merged. I need to
run for today, so if you don't post it, I will the first thing tomorrow.

1: http://libvirt.org/apps.html