ISP Driver for OpenNebula Provides connection between OpenNebula and ISP BillManager.


  1. Clone github repo or download and unpack it.

  2. Put vmm to ~oneadmin/remmotes

  3. Put im to ~oneadmin/remmotes

  4. Paste code from driver.conf into /etc/one/oned.conf

  5. Install gem rest-client


  1. Create Host with IM and VM Mads isp

  2. Add attribute BASE_URL with the value https://your.isp.billmgr

  3. Add attribute USERNAME with your Billmgr account username

    Note: Admin account should not be used

  4. Add attribute PASSWORD with the password for your account

  5. Add attribute DATACENTER with the ISP datacenter ID

  6. optional Add attribute HYPERVISOR with the value isp


  1. Creating VMs

  2. Controlling VMs

  3. Polling VMs

  4. Import Helper

Creating VMs

Define OpenNebula Template, here is an example:

ISP_RAW_DATA = "JTdCJTIyU2V0...0EwJTdEJTdEJTdE" # Base64 encoded data from import helper
  ADDON_15 = "1024", # RAM in Mb
  ADDON_16 = "30", # to install ISP Panel or not
  ADDON_18 = "1", # CPU
  ADDON_20 = "10240", # Drive in Gb
  ADDON_22 = "1", # Billing period
  ADDON_23 = "1", 
  ADDON_24 = "0",
  OSTEMPL = "ISPsystem__CentOS-7-amd64",
  PRICELIST = "13", # Tariff Plan
  RECIPE = "null" ] # Software to install

deploy driver will order VM using addons from template and update password using vmmgr

Controlling VMs

Driver signs in BillManager and parses access data for VMManager, to control it.

Polling VMs

Poll driver provides data about IP address(es) and VM state. elid from BillManager works as DeployID for OpenNebula

Import Helper

Due to ISP Billmgr API imperfection, every single VM attribute, such as CPU, RAM or Software to install, is defined by random addon(smth like addon_1, addon_2, etc). Driver can't create VM without defining this addons in VM Template. Import Helper makes it a bit easier by listing every addon with description from UI.