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Build Private Clouds with Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Euclayptus Enterprise Cloud Platform

Build Private Clouds with Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Euclayptus Enterprise Cloud Platform

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Published by Kefa Rabah
1.0 Introduction
In this Hands-on Labs session, we’re going to learn how to build private clouds using Linux Ubuntu 10.10 LTS codenamed Maverick Meerkat, server option. Canonical has high hopes that Ubuntu 10.10 LTS (Long Term Support) will quickly become the platform of choice for anybody who intends to build and deploy large-scale enterprise infrastructure deployment, whether you're trying to build the next Facebook, or the next Google, or the next eBay. If you want to start on [Amazon's cloud-platform] EC2 and migrate to your own managed private cloud, Ubuntu 10.10 is going to be the platform for you. Canonical claims a more streamlined boot process (yes, improving on the already superfast Lucid boot speed) and, of course, a sparky new kernel based on 2.6.35 and bringing with it improved hardware support LTS releases arrive bi-annually and are supported for three years on desktops and five years for servers of free security and maintenance updates.

Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud (UEC): The UEC allows you to build your own private cloud. The Ubuntu Cloud Planet is a window into the world, work and lives of those that work on making Ubuntu the best cloud platform there is. With Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud you can bring the same self-service capability into your data center using the same tools and APIs used on Amazon EC2.

Hands-on Solution:
In this Hands-on Lab session, you’ll learn how to setup virtual network on VMware (you may also use any other virtual machines like MS VirtualPC, Linux Xen, or VirtualBox from Sun). In this lab session, you’ll learn how to Build your Own Private Cloud using Ubuntu 10.10 Eucalyptus Enterprise Cloud Computing Platform. Once you’re with the lab session you can proceed to build and deploy your private cloud on physical servers.

1.0 Introduction
In this Hands-on Labs session, we’re going to learn how to build private clouds using Linux Ubuntu 10.10 LTS codenamed Maverick Meerkat, server option. Canonical has high hopes that Ubuntu 10.10 LTS (Long Term Support) will quickly become the platform of choice for anybody who intends to build and deploy large-scale enterprise infrastructure deployment, whether you're trying to build the next Facebook, or the next Google, or the next eBay. If you want to start on [Amazon's cloud-platform] EC2 and migrate to your own managed private cloud, Ubuntu 10.10 is going to be the platform for you. Canonical claims a more streamlined boot process (yes, improving on the already superfast Lucid boot speed) and, of course, a sparky new kernel based on 2.6.35 and bringing with it improved hardware support LTS releases arrive bi-annually and are supported for three years on desktops and five years for servers of free security and maintenance updates.

Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud (UEC): The UEC allows you to build your own private cloud. The Ubuntu Cloud Planet is a window into the world, work and lives of those that work on making Ubuntu the best cloud platform there is. With Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud you can bring the same self-service capability into your data center using the same tools and APIs used on Amazon EC2.

Hands-on Solution:
In this Hands-on Lab session, you’ll learn how to setup virtual network on VMware (you may also use any other virtual machines like MS VirtualPC, Linux Xen, or VirtualBox from Sun). In this lab session, you’ll learn how to Build your Own Private Cloud using Ubuntu 10.10 Eucalyptus Enterprise Cloud Computing Platform. Once you’re with the lab session you can proceed to build and deploy your private cloud on physical servers.

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Published by: Kefa Rabah on Oct 23, 2010
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