In this post, we will show you how to make your service catalog descriptions more elegant and flexible in Red Hat CloudForms. If you just type a description, along with a long description, you’ll get something like this:
This is fine, it’s informative and simple. But we could improve on it.
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One of the most interesting features of CloudForms is the ability to define services that can include one or more virtual machines (VMs) or instances and can be deployed across hybrid environments. Services can be made available to users through a self-service portal that allows users to order predefined IT services without IT operations getting involved, thereby delivering on one of the major promises of cloud computing.
The intention of this post is to provide you with step-by-step instructions to get you started with a simple service catalog. After you have gone through the basic concepts, you should have the skills to dive deeper into more complex setups.
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