What’s new

  • Fixed some issues deploying hybrid clusters.
  • Enable to force the deletion of an infrastructure
  • Enable to boot the IM in “ReadOnly” modes.
  • Some minor bugfixes and enhancements.

List of RfCs


  • [DPD-686] - Enable to boot IM in "ReadOnly" modes
  • [DPD-687] - Enable to force the deletion of an infrastructure
  • [DPD-690] - Enable to specify GPU and SGX in Fogbow conn
  • [DPD-692] - Enable to use appdb urls in OpenStack conn
  • [DPD-698] - Enable to specify the snapshot name in disk url in EC2 conn


  • [DPD-688] - Error attaching new disks in OCCI conn in OpenNebula site
  • [DPD-689] - Network mapping in case of using CIDR is not correct
  • [DPD-691] - Error assigning target to disks with image url in OpenNebula conn
  • [DPD-693] - Error in hybrid clusters, no WN deployed in external site
  • [DPD-694] - Error loading infra data from DB
  • [DPD-695] - Error in SSH reverse tunnels in case of using IM auth token
  • [DPD-697] - Error creating GCE FW

Known Issues

  • None

Installation methods

  • The recommended option to use the Infrastructure Manager service is using the available docker image. A Docker image named grycap/im has been created to make easier the deployment of an IM service using the default configuration. Information about this image can be found here: https://registry.hub.docker.com/u/indigodatacloud/im/. More details at: https://github.com/indigo-dc/im#1-docker-image
  • The IM provides a script to install the IM in one single step (using pip). You only need to execute the following command:
$ wget qO https://raw.githubusercontent.com/indigo-dc/im/master/install.sh | bash

And you can also use this ansible playbook to install it: https://github.com/indigo-dc/im/blob/master/ansible_install.yaml

List of Artifacts