It’s taken a while, but the move is complete. The source code for Eucalyptus 3.1 Beta is open and publicly available in Github. It’s actually been there for a while now, but we’ve done enough housekeeping and we’re ready to open the doors.
Build instructions can be found in the INSTALL file, but they are still in flux; comments and patches are welcome. ...
It is sort of becoming a tradition for each member of the Fedora Board to declare a personal goal of some sort and then lead by doing. So now that I am the newest Board member, some people are curious about my plans.
In 2010 I helped get Fedora’s Cloud SIG off the ground. At that point in time our main goal was to get a modern version of Fedora running inside Amazon’s popular cloud, EC2. Nowadays the...
Eucalyptians are hanging out all over!
- OSBC – Hyatt Regency, San Francisco, CA: May 21 – 22
- GlueCon+CloudCamp, Broomfield, Colorado : May 22 – 24
- RootCamp Berlin – Berlin Fair Grounds, Germany: May 25 – 26
- SouthEast Linux Fest: June 8-10
If you see someone in the Euca gear, stop by and say hi. We’ve got lots of cool new stuff to talk about. ...
Eucalyptus 3 includes, as one of its new features, the option of enabling "High Availability" or "HA" (pronounced as the two letters and not as the first part of a chuckle). This functionality was overwhelmingly the most frequently requested improvement over Eucalyptus 2 by the community and, at the same time, the one over which the most confusion seems to persist. I'll try and shed some light on the "what," "why," and "how" of HA in Eucalyptus.