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EucaLoader: Load Testing Your Eucalyptus Cloud

Introduction

After provisioning a cloud that will be used by many users, it is best practice to do load or burn in testing to ensure that it meets your stability and scale requirements.  585 more words

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Deploying Cassandra and Consul with Chef Provisioning

Introduction

Chef Provisioning (née Chef Metal) is an incredibly flexible way to deploy infrastructure. Its many plugins allow users to develop a single methodology for deploying an application that can then be repeated against many types of infrastructure (AWS, Euca, Openstack, etc). 484 more words

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Cloud Image Management on Eucalyptus: Creating a CentOS 6.6 EMI With ZFS Support

ZFS is a filesystem designed by Sun Microsystems that focuses on data integrity.  What makes this such an attractive filesystem to use in the cloud is that a cloud user can easily do the following: 1,982 more words

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Monitor Eucalyptus JVMs with Zabbix

Zabbix is a rich monitoring system, which support SNMP, JMX, IPMI and uses its own agents for more functionality.
The great advantage of Zabbix is that it is self-sufficient : all the tools you need are in the packages and got connected to each others, whereas on Nagios you have to add tens of plugins. 187 more words

Eucalyptus Block Storage Service with Ceph RBD

Press: HP acquires Eucalyptus :)

Embracing open source technology is not something new to us and here at Eucalyptus we practice this everyday. In Eucalyptus 4.1.0, we chose this beautiful commodity storage technology Ceph for our Block Storage Service. 473 more words

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Chef Metal with Eucalyptus

Introduction

My pull request to chef-metal-fog was recently accepted and released in version 0.8.0 so a quick post on how to get up and running on your Eucalyptus Cloud seemed appropriate. 652 more words

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