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Deploying the Eucalyptus Management Console on Eucalyptus

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… 510 more words

hspencer77 reblogged this on More Mind Spew-age from Harold Spencer Jr. and commented:

More Eucalyptus Cloudformation goodness..this time discussing how to deploy Eucalyptus Management Console. Solid work here!

EDGE Networking in Eucalyptus

We are just about to have Eucalyptus 4.1 released with VPC implementations and some new features, but I think that it is quite important to take a few time to dig into EDGE networking and networking modes in General with Eucalyptus. 1,095 more words

The Case for a Policy Decision Point inside the LDAP Server

Why on earth would you do that?

We all understand that runtime characteristics change as processes get moved around the network.  Having problems with network io?   750 more words

Access Control

hspencer77 reblogged this on More Mind Spew-age from Harold Spencer Jr. and commented:

Great insight as to the importance of Policy Decision Points with regards to security processes.

Adding Eucalyptus Load Balancer Access Logging for Eucalyptus Cloud Users

Preface

Eucalyptus continues to strive as the best on-premise AWS-compatible Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS).  One of the great things about Eucalyptus being an open source platform, is that if there is an AWS feature that any cloud administrator/developer wants to add, they have the ability to do it.   2,555 more words

Private Cloud Computing

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

Private Cloud Computing

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

Using Eucalyptus 4.0.1 CloudFormation to Deploy a CoreOS (Docker) Cluster

In a previous blog, I discussed how cloud-init can be used to customize a CoreOS image deployed as an instance on Eucalyptus – which happens to work in the same fashion on AWS.   1,540 more words

Private Cloud Computing