In this article, I will go over the technical details on how in Eucalyptus, we used Selenium to simulate a large number of cloud user workload in order to ensure the quality of user experience in the new Eucalyptus user console.
As covered in my previous blog, Eucalyptus is coming out with a new user console, that is browser-based and intuitive to use, thus playing a key role in promoting the cloud adoption among IT organizations and enterprises. But, the challenge was to...
Reblogged from shaon's Blog: The power of open source is incredible. Don’t believe me? Click here or here Contribution is something that makes open source projects most powerful. It has been proven with Linux a long time ago. Also, giant companies have started to believe in open source. Open source is not just about making [...]
The power of open source is incredible. Don’t believe me? Click here or here Contribution is something that makes open source projects most powerful. It has been proven with Linux a long time ago. Also, giant companies have started to … Continue reading →
In a Eucalyptus HA configuration there are two Cluster Controllers’s (CC) which
are in an active-passive state. One is in “ENABLED” mode and one is “DISABLED” mode.
If a failure occurs, the active CC services moves to the secondary CC system.
If you combine this with Eucalyptus MANAGED or MANAGED-NOVLAN networking
configuration with a private back-end network your Node Controllers (NC) will require a
default gateway for access to external networks...
Reblogged from Greg DeKoenigsberg Speaks: We’re big fans of the Cobbler project here at Eucalyptus. We think it’s the best tool in the open source world for bare metal provisioning. We’ve invested in a gigantic QA environment for continual integration testing, and Cobbler is one of the linchpins of that environment. It’s the kind of [...]