This topic helps you understand, plan for, and install Eucalyptus. If you follow the recommendations and instructions in this guide, you will have a working version of Eucalyptus customized for your specific needs and requirements.
This guide walks you through installations for a few different use cases. You can choose from one of the installation types listed in the following table.
|What Do You Want to Do?||Installation Type|
|Quickly deploy Eucalyptus on one machine||If you have a CentOS 7.3, 7.4, or 7.5 minimal install and a few IP addresses to
spare, try the FastStart script. Run the following command as root:
bash <(curl -Ls https://eucalyptus.cloud/install)
|Create a development or production environment||Eucalyptus Installation|
|Upgrade from a previous version of Eucalyptus||Eucalyptus Upgrade|
We recommend that you read the section you choose in the order presented. There are no shortcuts for installing Eucalyptus, though Eucalyptus FastStart is fairly easy. However, to customize your installation, you have to understand what Eucalyptus is, what the installation requirements are, what your network configuration and restrictions are, and what Eucalyptus components and features are available based on your needs and requirements.
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