Today we are thrilled to announce the general availability of OneFuse 1.1, an integration platform purpose-built to manage the complexity of integrating IT infrastructure and accelerate automation. We define our roadmap and strategy by listening to our customers and partners, and it’s this customer-first obsession that help distinguish us from our competitors. We want to thank our customers and partners that provided feedback and input, and we’re proud to turn your feedback into improved platform features.

Before we get to the new features available with this release, I’d like to revisit the reason we created the OneFuse platform. As a technology provider to hundreds of enterprise companies, we saw that they all seem to struggle with the same roadblocks when trying to achieve end-to-end automations at scale.

Sound familiar? This is why we created OneFuse, to provide an integration platform with a single focus on IT operations and infrastructure. OneFuse provides codeless integrations services that easily extend across IT platforms and tools. The value of these services is driven by OneFuse’s policy and templating engines, which provide the structure for teams and SMEs to create integration services that are standardized, re-usable and compliant and eliminates the need for privileged access or specific domain expertise.

If you’re not yet a OneFuse customer – we invite you to download our 45-day free trial and see the power of the platform for yourself.

With that said, let’s check out what’s new in OneFuse 1.1. In addition to custom naming capabilities, we are now releasing the first set of endpoint modules which focus on supporting foundational technologies needed for hybrid cloud deployments. These modules provide all of the business logic you need to configure integration services that can be extended for use with vRealize Automation 7 and 8, as well as Terraform.

New with OneFuse 1.1

Microsoft Active Directory

With the Microsoft Active Directory module, organizations can flexibly drive Windows server registration with Microsoft Active Directory. Microsoft Active Directory (AD) is a crucial requirement in most Windows server deployments.


OneFuse DNS modules provide a fully automated method of controlling DNS records as the cloud environment dynamically scales, reducing the support burden and increasing the chances of successful ITaaS deployments. Modules are available for:

Infoblox DNS

BlueCat DNS

Men&Mice DNS

Microsoft DNS

IPAM Modules

OneFuse IPAM modules offers a fully automated method of obtaining and releasing IP addresses as the cloud environment dynamically scales. IP subnets can now easily be shared between deployments and alongside existing tools and devices without fear of IP conflict. Modules are available for:

Infoblox IPAM

BlueCat IPAM

Men&Mice IPAM

As development on OneFuse continues, we also recognize that our customers may not be able to wait for the general release of upcoming modules, so we are also pleased to announce XaaM, our Anything-as-a-Module service. These are customized subscription services, built with your defined business logic, delivered through the OneFuse platform to provide the same cross platform usability and governance capabilities.

We’re already hard at work on OneFuse 1.2, but we always want your feedback. CloudBolt is committed to building hybrid cloud technologies that help our customers meet your goals. Reach out with any questions.

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