Eucalyptus is open source software for building AWS-compatible private and hybrid clouds. As an Infrastructure as a Service product, Eucalyptus allows you to flexibly provision your own collections of resources (both compute and storage), on an as-needed basis.
Whether you're looking for an on-premise complement to your public cloud setup, or already have a virtual data center and now want to move into a private or hybrid cloud setup, Eucalyptus can help you get started today. Download Faststart and have your cloud up and running in half an hour, or take advantage of Eucalyptus' seamless interoperation with Amazon Web Services’ EC2 and S3 public cloud services, for an enterprise-grade hybrid cloud platform out of the box.
This guide is for Eucalyptus users who wish to run application workloads on a Eucalyptus cloud.
This guide contains instructions for users of the Eucalyptus cloud platform. While these instructions apply generally to all tools capable of interacting with Eucalyptus, such as the Eucalyptus Management Console or the AWS S3 toolset, but the primary focus is on the use of Euca2ools (Eucalyptus command line tools). The following is an overview of the contents of this guide.
|How do I …?||Related Topic|
|Begin using and configuring Eucalyptus||Getting Started|
|Run and control with virtual machine (VM) instances||Using Instances|
|Use Eucalyptus’ elastic block storage||Using EBS|
|Apply tags and filters||Using Tags and Filters|
|Manage access for groups and users||Managing Access|
|Understand the Eucalyptus VM networking and security features||Using VM Networking and Security|
|Use Eucalyptus’ Auto Scaling features||Using Auto Scaling|
|Use elastic load balancing||Using Elastic Load Balancing|
|Generate metrics about my cloud||Using CloudWatch|
|Use scalable object storage||Using Object Storage|
|Use CloudFormation||Using CloudFormation|
|Use Virtual Private Cloud||Using Virtual Private Cloud|
Eucalyptus offers ways to implement, manage, and maintain your own collection of virtual resources (machines, network, and storage). The following is an overview of these features.
Eucalyptus offers tools to seamlessly manage a variety of virtual resources. The following is an overview of the types of resources your cloud platform.
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