is there any roadmap of features to be added to Fireedge Sunstone? I have configured FE on my ONe 6.6.0 CE for my users on another port alongside the production Sunstone, so that they can play with it. So far we found the following problems which I consider important:
in the user settings tab I can see SSH keys, but if I am not missing anything, no way to set/edit user context variables (like CRYPTED_PASSWORD_BASE64, etc)
the state of Fireedge page is not reflected in the URL bar. For example, when we want to refer to a particular VM from our monitoring system, and want to send a notification to the VM owner, we include URL to it in the
https://our.sunsto.ne/#vms-tab/42form. This way user can directly follow the link to that particular VM page. Is it planned also in FE?
I would like to have more compact view with more rows in the same page. In my current 2560x1600 screen there are only 10 VMs, 10 hosts, etc. displayed by FE, while the current Sunstone can fit about 40 to the same screen.
when I try to instantiate a generic VM template, modifying only the network which is attached to (in fact, attaching its only NIC to a particular address reservation block inside the same VNET), in the current Sunstone I click to “Network”, “(the name of preconfigured VNET)”, then the list of available VNETs opens, I click on a different VNET/reservation, and then to “Instantiate”. That’s it. Three additional clicks to use a different network. In FE, there is a multi-step dialog with security groups, QoS, and whatnot, my reservation block is not even in the first five VNETs displayed, so I have to click on the right “Next” button from several ones in the page, and after I select a different VNET and deselect the default VNET, finally the instantiation fails with
[one.template.instantiate] User  : User Template includes a restricted attribute NIC.
when I instantiate a VM template as is without choosing a different VNET, and after clicking on “Finish” in the instantiation process, I immediately open the list of VMs and click on the row of that newly created VM, I get a red “Not found” error message. When I do the same and wait a few seconds, it works as expected.
when I try to “Terminate hard” a VM (as a non-oneadmin user), the pop-up dialog says
VM 7309 F38 test is currently running on Host -- and Datastore --Do you want proceed?. Indeed there should be a confirmation dialog, but why include the Host and Datastore (with no meaningful values filled in)?
Is this the right place and time to post feedback on Fireedge?