Posted by: Marten Mickos | August 11, 2014

I want to be an OpenStack contributor.

Back in the early days of private cloud, Eucalyptus worked closely with the folks at NASA who later developed Nova, figuring out together what open-source IaaS clouds need to look like. To this day Eucalyptus contributes Euca2ools to the entire world of cloud users. And I have been joking (while meaning it in earnest) that Eucalyptus is a big contributor to OpenStack because we contribute competition.

Now I would like to become a...

Posted by: Colby Dyess | August 5, 2014

For our first Eucalyptus and cloud news roundup of August 2014, we'll start off with a look at the growing competition among providers of cloud computing services. While Amazon has led the pack for years - it was remained out front in the most recent edition of Gartner's IaaS Magic Quadrant - Microsoft and Google are using price cuts and infrastructure expansion to take on Amazon Web Services, which MongoDB executive Matt Asay memorably dubbed the potential "800,000-pound gorilla" in the...

Posted by: Paul Weiss | August 4, 2014

In this video we will demonstrate how to create a CoreOS Cluster running on our Eucalyptus 4.0 Cloud to host Docker containers.


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Posted by: Paul Weiss | August 4, 2014

In this video we will demonstrate how to create a CoreOS image on Eucalyptus to run Docker containers. Please follow along with the video.

Posted by: Paul Weiss | August 4, 2014

We all the buzz around Docker, I wanted to learn more about running Docker in Eucalyptus as an instance. In this video series, we will look at various ways to run containers inside Eucalyptus. We will also explore some good practices.

Part 1 – Running Docker on Eucalyptus with CoreOS Part 2 – Running a CoreOS Cluster to host Docker on Eucalyptus To be continued…

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