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Run your own Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud, part 1

Oct 06, 2009, 04:33 (0 Talkback[s])


"To deploy a minimal cloud infrastructure, you'll need at least two dedicated systems. One will hold the cloud controller (clc), the cluster controller (cc), walrus (the S3-like storage service) and the storage controller (sc). This one needs fast disks and a reasonably fast processor. The other system(s) are node controllers (nc) that will actually run the instances. These ones need CPUs with VT extensions, lots of CPU cores, lots of RAM, and fast disks. For both, 64-bit support is highly recommended. Installing the cloud/cluster controller

"Download the 9.10 Server beta ISO. When you boot, select "Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud install". When asked whether you want a "Cluster" or a "Node" install, select "Cluster". It will ask two other cloud-specific questions during the course of the install:"

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