Features/Aeolus Conductor

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If all of the packages do not make it in time for Fedora-16, we are carrying local packages in [http://repos.fedorapeople.org/repos/aeolus Fedorapeople.org repos].  Whatever dependencies don't make it for Fedora-16 can get added for Fedora-17.
  
 
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Revision as of 19:14, 25 May 2011


Contents

Feature Name Aeolus Conductor

Summary

Aeolus Conductor (http://aeolusproject.org) is a cross-cloud IaaS platform.

Owner

  • Email: clalance@redhat.com

Current status

Updates:

  • 2011-05-25 - Initial Feature submission

Detailed Description

Aeolus is an umbrella for a number of cloud related projects. The projects all come together to create the Conductor, a Web UI and tools for managing cloud instances across heterogeneous clouds. For instance, a user can build and launch instances into EC2, RHEV-M, and Rackspace all from the same UI.

Benefit to Fedora

Allow Fedora to have a hybrid cloud-management stack.

Scope

Get all dependencies into Fedora, and test the project end-to-end.

How To Test

Install all dependencies. Once installed, run "aeolus-configure" as root to configure the system. Once aeolus-configure has completed, login to the host at http://some.host.org/conductor and test the UI end-to-end, including building images, uploading images to specific clouds, and launching instances in the clouds. More information is available at [1].

User Experience

Dependencies

Many. See the list above, and also [2].

Contingency Plan

If all of the packages do not make it in time for Fedora-16, we are carrying local packages in Fedorapeople.org repos. Whatever dependencies don't make it for Fedora-16 can get added for Fedora-17.

Documentation

[3] [4] [5]

Release Notes

The Aeolus Conductor is a web UI and tools to create and manage cloud instances across a wide variety of cloud types, all from the same UI. More information about the UI and what is supported is available at [6].

Comments and Discussion

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