Recently, as part of the CentOS PaaS SIG, we've been working on some basic tooling for CI. One of the tools that came out of this work, is Linch-Pin. It's a fairly simple tool for multi-cloud provisioning that's starting to get some traction.
Currently, it's being used to provision Duffy instances inside for one Jenkins job in CentOS CI, but can do so much more.
If you're interested in learning more about it, or trying it out, I'd love to hear your take. It's all open source and ready for you to try it out.
I've written a blog post about Linch-Pin, and plan to do a series over the coming months. Check out the first installment in the series.
A link to the project is in the blog post, but also included below. Additionally, there is some documentation, which is in the process of being improved.
I'd love feedback on the blog post. And we're obviously interested in feedback on the project as well.