Show Table of Contents Hide Table of Contents English English Multi-page HTML Single-page HTML PDF ePub Configuring the Nuage Networks Provider for Red Hat CloudForms1. Overview2. Configuring Nuage Networks VSP for Red Hat CloudForms integration2.1. Connectivity Requirements2.2. Configuring the Nuage Networks VSP environment3. Managing the Nuage Networks provider3.1. Enabling support for the Nuage Networks provider3.2. Adding a Nuage Networks provider3.2.1. Configuring the basic Nuage Networks provider settings3.2.2. Configuring endpoints3.2.3. Configuring events3.2.4. Adding the provider3.3. Refreshing a Nuage Networks provider3.4. Changing a Nuage Networks provider3.5. Removing a Nuage Networks provider4. Relationships within the Nuage Networks Provider4.1. Relationships between entities in the Nuage Networks provider4.2. Nuage Networks Provider relationships with other Providers4.2.1. Current supported relationships4.2.2. Future relationships4.3. Viewing the relationship between Nuage Networks VSP subnets and OpenStack subnets5. Using the Nuage Networks provider to inspect elements5.1. Inspecting Nuage Networks VSP enterprises5.1.1. Inspecting Nuage Networks VSP enterprises through the Nuage Networks provider5.1.2. Inspecting Nuage Networks VSP enterprises through the Cloud tenant view5.2. Inspecting Nuage Networks VSP domains5.2.1. Inspecting Nuage Networks VSP domains through the Nuage Networks provider5.2.2. Inspecting Nuage Networks VSP domains through the Network Router view5.3. Inspecting Nuage Networks VSP subnets5.3.1. Inspecting Nuage Networks VSP subnets through the Nuage Networks provider5.3.2. Inspecting Nuage Networks VSP subnets through the Cloud subnet view5.4. Inspecting Nuage Networks VSP vports5.4.1. Inspecting Nuage Networks VSP vports through the Nuage Networks provider5.4.2. Inspecting Nuage Networks VSP vports through the Network Port view5.5. Inspecting Nuage Networks VSP floating ips5.5.1. Inspecting Nuage Networks VSP floating ips through the Nuage Networks provider5.5.2. Inspecting Nuage Networks VSP floating ips through the Floating IP view5.6. Inspecting Nuage Networks VSP Security Groups5.6.1. Inspecting Nuage Networks VSP Security Groups through the Nuage Networks provider5.6.2. Inspecting Nuage Networks VSP Security Groups through the Security Group view5.7. Inspecting Nuage Networks VSP events and alarms6. Managing Nuage Networks entities6.1. Creating a Cloud Subnet on a Nuage VSP domain7. Using the Nuage Networks events and alarms for automation7.1. Creating an example automation workflow7.1.1. Creating the Automate Class7.1.2. Attaching the Automate Class to Nuage Networks VSP Events7.1.3. Seeing the Automation in action7.2. Using Embedded Ansible to run Automation tasks7.2.1. Enabling Embedded Ansible7.2.2. Create a Git Ansible playbook repository7.2.3. Create an Ansible playbook7.2.4. Adding a Ansible playbook repository to Red Hat CloudForms7.2.5. Setting up the automation8. Using OpenStack to manage Nuage Networks VSP networks from Red Hat CloudForms9. Troubleshooting the Nuage Networks provider Configuring the Nuage Networks Provider for Red Hat CloudForms Red Hat CloudForms 4.7Configuring the Nuage Networks Provider for Red Hat CloudFormsRed Hat CloudForms Documentationcloudformsemail@example.comNuage Networksinfo@nuagenetworks.netAbstract This guide outlines how to configure the Nuage Networks Provider. 1. Overview Where did the comment section go?Red Hat's documentation publication system recently went through an upgrade to enable speedier, more mobile-friendly content. We decided to re-evaluate our commenting platform to ensure that it meets your expectations and serves as an optimal feedback mechanism. During this redesign, we invite your input on providing feedback on Red Hat documentation via the discussion platform.