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'''Fedora Cloud SIG'''
 
'''Fedora Cloud SIG'''
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= Quick Links =
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* fedora in ec2
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* other cloud images
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* fedora cloud docs
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* participate (below)
  
 
= Our Goals =
 
= Our Goals =
 
(mission)
 
(mission)
 
= Quick Links =
 
- ec2
 
- docs
 
- participate (below)
 
  
 
= What Do We Mean by "Cloud"? =
 
= What Do We Mean by "Cloud"? =
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- other public cloud providers
 
- other public cloud providers
 
- images for private or hybrid clouds
 
- images for private or hybrid clouds
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- cloud-init documentation
  
 
Constituents: anyone interested in development and production use of Fedora as a server platform
 
Constituents: anyone interested in development and production use of Fedora as a server platform

Revision as of 18:30, 17 December 2012

The Fedora Cloud Special Interest Group


This is a draft for an updated Cloud SIG web site. Please see the current page at Cloud SIG, which has actual useful information.


Fedora Cloud SIG

Contents

Quick Links

  • fedora in ec2
  • other cloud images
  • fedora cloud docs
  • participate (below)

Our Goals

(mission)

What Do We Mean by "Cloud"?

(this should probably be a short paragraph and a link for more)

Areas of Activity

Fedora in the Cloud

Cloud guest images and cloud guest issues.

- ec2 images - other public cloud providers - images for private or hybrid clouds - cloud-init documentation

Constituents: anyone interested in development and production use of Fedora as a server platform

The Cloud on Fedora

Cloud platforms packaged for and running on Fedora.

- openstack / eucalyptus / cloudstack / opennebula - openshift origin - owncloud / sparkleshare

Constituents: upstream cloud infrastructure projects, downstream distros using Fedora, Fedora as tech preview, Fedora as testbed, Fedora as part of real infrastructure (ovirt-node). Special note for EPEL.

The Cloud for Fedora

The Fedora Project as a user of cloud technologies.

- Fedora Infrastructure private cloud - connections with openshift? - other ways we can use cloud tech to benefit Fedora development

Constituents: Fedora contributors

Fedora as Cloud End-Point

Desktop and mobile devices running Fedora connect to cloud services.

- connecting with cloud accounts - software-as-a-service for fedora users - possible service offerings

Constituents: users of Fedora as a desktop or mobile operating system. Special note for privacy and data-control concerns.

Participating in the Cloud SIG

(nothing fancy required to join... ways of participating below...)

Mailing List

IRC

Virtual Meetings

Conferences

(note packaging and documentation as activities...)