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= Fedora Cloud SIG =
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'''This is a draft for an updated Cloud SIG web site. Please see the current page at [[Cloud SIG]], which has actual useful information.'''
  
  
The Fedora Cloud SIG works to make Fedora successful on all major cloud platforms, public and private.
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'''Fedora Cloud SIG'''
  
= Looking for Fedora EC2 information? =
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= Quick Links =
  
A list of currently supported AMIs is [https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Cloud_SIG/EC2_Images maintained here]
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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)
  
We also have [https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Cloud_SIG/EC2_Creation Instructions for rolling your own AMIs with boxgrinder].
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= Our Goals =
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(mission)
  
= Joining and participating in the Cloud SIG =
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= What Do We Mean by "Cloud"? =
We don't have a formalized join process.  Signing up on the mailing list, coming to Cloud SIG meetings, and joining our IRC channel are good ways to get involved.
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(this should probably be a short paragraph and a link for more)
  
== Mailing List ==
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= Areas of Activity =
  
* Join: https://admin.fedoraproject.org/mailman/listinfo/cloud
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== Fedora in the Cloud ==
* Archives: http://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/cloud/
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== IRC ==
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''Cloud guest images and cloud guest issues.''
  
Fedora Cloud folks hang out on irc.freenode.net at [irc://irc.freenode.net/fedora-cloud #fedora-cloud].
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* ec2 images
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* downloadable images for private or hybrid clouds
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* other public cloud providers
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* cloud-init documentation
  
Haven't used IRC for communication before? More information on how to use IRC is available [[IRC|here.]]
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Constituents: anyone interested in development and production use of Fedora as a server platform
  
== Meetings ==
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== The Cloud on Fedora ==
  
Meetings are held weekly on '''Wednesday, 14:00 UTC''' (10am Eastern, 7am Pacific) on [irc://irc.freenode.net/fedora-meeting #fedora-meeting].
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''Cloud platforms packaged for and running on Fedora.''
  
We also have an informal meeting time in the #fedora-cloud channel Tuesday at 20:00 UTC, for those who can't make the official time.
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* openstack / eucalyptus / cloudstack / opennebula
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* openshift origin
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* owncloud / sparkleshare
  
See the [[Cloud_SIG/Meetings|Cloud SIG meetings]] page for more information and archived meeting logs.
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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.
  
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== The Cloud ''for'' Fedora ==
  
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''The Fedora Project as a user of cloud technologies.''
  
== What we're working on ==
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* Fedora Infrastructure private cloud
[[File:Fedoracloud300.png|right|300px]]
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* connections with openshift?
There are a number of folks from various projects participating in the Cloud SIG. Some of these projects are listed below:
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* other ways we can use cloud tech to benefit Fedora development
  
* [[Features/OpenShift_Origin]]
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Constituents: Fedora contributors
* [[Features/FedoraOnEC2]]
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* Documentation: [[Publishing_image_to_EC2]]
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* [[Cloud Marketing Collateral]]
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* [[OpenStack]]
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** Getting openstack-nova into Fedora.
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** Getting openstack-swift updated to 1.3.0
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* [[Features/BoxGrinder]]
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* Sheepdog: [[Features/Sheepdog|Sheepdog Feature page,]] [http://www.osrg.net/sheepdog/ Sheepdog project page]
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* [[Cloudstack]]
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* [[Features/Aeolus Conductor]]
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* [[CloudFS]] (upstream project is at http://CloudFS.org)
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* [[Features/OpenNebula|OpenNebula]] (upstream project is at http://opennebula.org)
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* [[Features/Eucalyptus|Eucalyptus 3]]
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* [[Features/Aeolus_Conductor|Aeolus Conductor]]
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* [[Features/OpenStack|OpenStack]]
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* [[Features/Sheepdog|Sheepdog]]
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* [[Features/pacemaker-cloud|Pacemaker-Cloud]]
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* [[Features/HekaFS|HekaFS]]
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== Packaging ==
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== Fedora as Cloud End-Point ==
  
Interested in helping out with packaging? Feel free to grab a package from any of the projects you see [[Cloud_SIG_packaging|here]]. If you're not sure what to work on, feel free to drop a note to our mailing list. If you're not a packager yet, or still need help, we can help out with that on the mailing list as well, or you can read the [[PackageMaintainers|package maintainers]] page for more information.
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''Desktop and mobile devices running Fedora connect to cloud services.''
  
[[Cloud_SIG_packaging|Cloud SIG Packaging request list]]
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* connecting with cloud accounts
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* software-as-a-service for fedora users
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* possible service offerings
  
== Documentation ==
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Constituents: users of Fedora as a desktop or mobile operating system. Special note for privacy and data-control concerns.
In addition to the excellent [http://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/Fedora_Draft_Documentation/0.1/html/Cloud_Guide/index.html Cloud Guide] created by the Fedora Documentation team with help from Cloud SIG contributors, we have a few wiki pages with documentation:
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* [[Getting_started_with_OpenStack_Nova|Getting Started with OpenStack Nova]]
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= Participating in the Cloud SIG =
* [[User:Gholms/EC2_Primer | EC2 Primer]]
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(nothing fancy required to join... ways of participating below...)
* [[User:Gholms/IAM_Primer | Amazon IAM (Identity and Access Management) Primer]]
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* [[User:Gholms/IAM-Sponsored_EC2_Test_Days | Using IAM to enable Fedora Test days]]
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== Mailing List ==
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https://lists.fedoraproject.org/mailman/listinfo/cloud
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== IRC ==
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#fedora-cloud
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== Virtual Meetings ==
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Right now, none. We focus on working things out in the mailing list, which better accommodates different timezones.
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== Conferences ==
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* Flock
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* LinuxCon / CloudOpen
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[[Category:Fedora special-interest groups]]
 
[[Category:Fedora special-interest groups]]
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Latest revision as of 13:50, 22 July 2013

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

[edit] Quick Links

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

[edit] Our Goals

(mission)

[edit] What Do We Mean by "Cloud"?

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

[edit] Areas of Activity

[edit] Fedora in the Cloud

Cloud guest images and cloud guest issues.

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

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

[edit] 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.

[edit] 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

[edit] 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.

[edit] Participating in the Cloud SIG

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

[edit] Mailing List

https://lists.fedoraproject.org/mailman/listinfo/cloud

[edit] IRC

  1. fedora-cloud

[edit] Virtual Meetings

Right now, none. We focus on working things out in the mailing list, which better accommodates different timezones.

[edit] Conferences

  • Flock
  • LinuxCon / CloudOpen