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Introduction
Who Should Read this Guide?
What’s in this Guide?
What’s New in Eucalyptus EE 2.0?
Conventions Used in this Guide
Contacting Eucalyptus
Part I – Welcome to Eucalyptus EE 2.0
Section 1: Introducing Eucalyptus Components
1.1 Cloud Controller (CLC)
1.2 Walrus
1.3 Cluster Controller (CC)
1.4 Storage Controller (SC)
1.5 Node Controller (NC)
1.6 VMware Broker
Section 2: New Features in Eucalyptus EE 2.0 15
Section 2: New Features in Eucalyptus EE 2.0
2.1 Introducing Windows VM Support
2.2 Introducing VMware Support
2.3 Introducing SAN Support
2.4 Introducing Users and Groups Management Interface
2.5 Introducing Accounting Reports
Part II – Deploying Your Eucalyptus EE Cloud
Section 3: Installing Eucalyptus EE 2.0
3.1 Setting up the Eucalyptus EE Environment (Prerequisites)
3.1.1 Baseline Prerequisites for Eucalyptus EE
3.1.2 Additional Prerequisites for Windows VM Support
3.1.3 Additional Prerequisites for VMware Support
3.1.4 Additional Prerequisites for SAN Support
3.2 Eucalyptus EE Installation Steps
3.3 Installing Eucalyptus EE 2.0 on CentOS 5.5
3.3.1 Download Installation Packages
3.3.2 Installing OS Dependencies
3.3.3 Installing Eucalyptus Dependencies
3.3.4 Installing Eucalyptus Component Packages
3.3.5 Installing the Eucalyptus EE License
3.3.6 Starting Eucalyptus
3.4 Installing Eucalyptus EE 2.0 on openSUSE 11.2
3.4.1 Download Installation Packages
3.4.2 Installing OS Dependencies
3.4.3 Install Eucalyptus Dependencies
3.4.4 Installing Eucalyptus Component Packages
3.4.5 Installing the Eucalyptus EE License
3.4.6 Starting Eucalyptus
3.5 Upgrading from Eucalyptus version 1.6.2 to Eucalyptus 2.0.* EE
3.5.1 Upgrading Volumes and Snapshots for EE 2.0 with SAN Support
3.6 Upgrading from Eucalyptus 2.0 EE to Eucalyptus 2.0.1 EE
Section 4: Configuring Eucalyptus EE 41
Section 4: Configuring Eucalyptus EE
4.1 Registering Eucalyptus EE components
4.1.1 Adding and Removing Nodes
4.2 Initial Configuration of Eucalyptus EE
4.2.1 Reserving Space for the Image Cache in Walrus
4.3 Configuring Windows VM Support
4.4 Configuring VMware Support
4.4.2 Advanced VMware Configuration
4.5 Configuring SAN Support
4.5.1 Enabling SAN support
4.5.2 Configuring SAN Credentials
Part III – Managing Your Eucalyptus EE Cloud
Section 5: The Eucalyptus EE Web Interface
5.1 Credentials
5.2 Images
5.3 Users and Groups
5.4 Accounting Reports
5.5 Configuration
5.6 Extras
Section 6: Users and Groups Management
6.1 Users and Groups Interface
6.2 Managing Users
6.2.1 User Self Sign-up
6.2.2 Activating User Accounts
6.2.3 Adding Users
6.3 Working with Groups
6.3.1 Adding Groups and Assigning Clusters to Groups
Section 7: Accounting Reports
7.1 Report Types
7.2 System Events
7.3 Resource Usage
Part IV – Advanced Configuration and Troubleshooting
Section 8: Eucalyptus EE Network Configuration
8.1 Overview of Eucalyptus Networking Modes
8.1.1 About Network Configuration Examples
8.1.2 Bridge Names
8.1.3 About VNET_ Options
8.1.4 About DHCP Server
8.2 Using Networking Modes
8.2.1 SYSTEM Mode
Requirements
Limitations
Configuration
Configuration Example
8.2.2 STATIC Mode
Configuration Example:
8.2.3 MANAGED Mode
Testing VLAN-clean
8.2.4 MANAGED-NOVLAN Mode
8.3 Multi-cluster Networking
9.2 Common Eucalyptus Problems and Solutions
9.3 Troubleshooting VMware
Appendix A: Creating a Windows Image for Eucalyptus
Appendix B: Installing and Configuring Hypervisors (Xen/KVM)
B.1 Installing Xen on CentOS 5.5
B.1.1 Configuring Xen
B.1.2 Running a Test VM with Xen Tools
B.2 Installing KVM on CentOS 5.5
B.2.1 Running a Test VM on KVM
B.3 Configuring libvirt
B.3.1 Testing libvirt Configuration with virsh
Appendix C: Eucalyptus Admin-tools
C.1 User Management
C.2 Group Management
C.3 Permissions
C.4 Example Usage of User/Group Tools
C.5 Other
Appendix D: Overview of Cloud Computing
D.1 What is Cloud Computing?
D.2 The Efficiency Benefits of Cloud Computing
D.3 Cloud Types (public, private, and hybrid)
D.4 Cloud Service Styles (SaaS, PaaS, IaaS)
D.5 Private Clouds: The Benefits of Automated Self-service
D.6 The Role of Open Source
D.7 Benefits of the Eucalyptus Cloud
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