Content tagged with: eucalyptus
This short video demonstrates how to use the Autoscaling and CloudWatch services available in Eucalyptus to dynamically scale your Jenkins continuous integration environment.
This video takes an in-depth look at the new open source private cloud IaaS distros from CloudStack, OpenStack, and Eucalyptus. It considers a high-level enterprise perspective and draws architectural comparisons but also blasts ahead and shows you how to configure and deploy your own private clouds for free with these technologies. Although it’s not open source, Amazon VPC (Virtual Private Cloud) gets a quick look.
This video demonstrates the power of “cloud bursting” between a Eucalyptus and Amazon Web Services environment. More of a “why should I care” than a “how to” demonstration.
The LAMP stack rules in the scale-out world. Is there a major web property that doesn’t run on MySQL? However, as we shift to a cloud infrastructure for software, it’s not about stacks any longer. It’s about mixing and matching the most suitable pieces of software, connecting them through APIs in templated images we run on virtual machines – on-premise or in the cloud, or both. The same application may run MySQL, a NoSQL product and Hadoop. We have many more combinations than just a few years ago. This talk …
This video demonstrates how to create a Eucalyptus Community Cloud (ECC), a free test cloud available for members of the Eucalyptus Community, and request an ECC account. It then demonstrates how to use those credentials to connect to the ECC.
This video provides an overview of the core features of the Eucalyptus Cloud Platform by Rich Wolski, CTO and Co-Founder of Eucalyptus Systems.
Eucalyptus enables the creation of on-premise private clouds, with no requirements for retooling the organization’s existing IT infrastructure or need to introduce specialized hardware. Eucalyptus implements an IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) private cloud that is accessible via an API compatible with Amazon EC2 and Amazon S3.