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Posted by: Deependra Shekhawat | March 10, 2015

Eucalyptus officially released support for AWS Cloudformation back in 4.0.0 but with the latest release of Eucalyptus i.e. 4.1.0 this support is now out of tech preview mode. What this means for the cloud users is that they can use Cloudformation just like they use it on AWS and get official support from Eucalyptus for it. Yes our support is not just paid support but we have a very extensive community to help you get started or solve your problems.

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Posted by: Harold Spencer, Jr. | March 9, 2015

hspencer77:

Solid blog entry discussing how to set up Eucalyptus VPC using Midokura

Originally posted on A sysadmin born in the cloud:

About 2 years ago, AWS passed all new account and migrated existing ones to have “EC2 classic” instances into a VPC.

A lot of new features came out from this but most importantly, VPC would provide the ability for everyone to have backend applications running in Private. No...

Posted by: Harold Spencer, Jr. | February 21, 2015

Originally posted on A sysadmin born in the cloud:

Today I did my first install of CEPH, which I used as backend system for the Elastic Block Storage (EBS) in Eucalyptus. The advantage of CEPH is that it is a distributed system which is going to provide you replication (persistence for data), redundancy (we are using a pool of resources, not a single target) and scalability : the easiest way to add capacity is to add nodes which will be used for storage, and...

Posted by: David Kavanagh | February 9, 2015

The Eucalyptus Management Console can be deployed in a variety of ways, but we’d obviously like it to be scalable, highly available and responsive. Last summer, I wrote up the details of deploying the console with Auto Scaling coupled with Elastic Load Balancing. The Cloud Formations service ties this all together by putting all of the details of how to use these services together in one template. This post will describe an example of how you can do this which works well on Eucalyptus (and...

Posted by: David Kavanagh | January 7, 2015

The Eucalyptus console has historically taken different approaches to search. Early versions simply filtered by text on the client. The next version introduced faceted search by using the Visual Search widget. This worked OK since we adopted backbone.js and used a client-side data model. In an effort to free ourselves from so much javascript on the client (and less data on the client), we re-built the console from the ground up in 2014. We went with much more server-side processing and...

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