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<span style="font-size:300%">→ Get Fedora Cloud Images from [http://cloud.fedoraproject.org/ http://cloud.fedoraproject.org/].</span>
  
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In addition to DVDs and Live CDs, the Fedora Project makes its distribution available on cloud computing architectures.  These Fedora images provide an excellent (and extensible) foundation for your server or appliance.
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== Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) ==
 
  
Fedora's EC2 images follow the standard EC2 login conventions, meaning that root login is disabled, but sudo access is granted.
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[http://cloud.fedoraproject.org Get Fedora In the Cloud] includes downloadable images for use in OpenStack, Eucalyptus, OpenNebula, or CloudStack, and direct links to launch Amazon EC2 images in any region worldwide. For more information, visit (and join!) the [[Cloud SIG]].
  
'''The default username for the images is ec2-user.'''
 
  
Full documentation for interacting with EC2 is available from [http://docs.amazonwebservices.com/AWSEC2/latest/GettingStartedGuide/ Amazon Web Services].
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[[File:Fedoracloud300.png|300px|link=http://cloud.fedoraproject.org/]]
 
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Direct questions or comments to the [[Cloud SIG]] [https://admin.fedoraproject.org/mailman/listinfo/cloud email list].
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=== Currently supported EC2 images ===
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==== Fedora 18 ====
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All Fedora 18 AMIs are EBS-Backed
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{|
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! AMI ID !! Region !! Architecture
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|-
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| ami-30aeec62 || ap-southeast-1 || x86_64
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|-
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| ami-caa9eb98 || ap-southeast-1 || i386
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|-
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| ami-9ae472a0 || ap-southeast-2 || x86_64
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|-
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| ami-dce771e6 || ap-southeast-2 || i386
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|-
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| ami-5f01bb5e || ap-northeast-1 || x86_64
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|-
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| ami-7100ba70 || ap-northeast-1 || i386
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|-
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| ami-6145cc08 || us-east-1 || x86_64
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|-
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| ami-0d44cd64 || us-east-1 || i386
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|-
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| ami-0899b94d || us-west-1 || x86_64
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|-
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| ami-de99b99b || us-west-1 || i386
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|-
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| ami-0266ed32 || us-west-2 || x86_64
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|-
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| ami-6467ec54 || us-west-2 || i386
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|-
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| ami-bafcf3ce || eu-west-1 || x86_64
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|-
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| ami-cafef1be || eu-west-1 || i386
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|-
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| ami-81558d9c || sa-east-1 || x86_64
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|-
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| ami-e5548cf8 || sa-east-1 || i386
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|}
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==== Fedora 17 ====
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{|
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! Region !! Architecture !! Root store !! AMI ID
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|-
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| us-west-2 || x86_64    || EBS-backed      || ami-8e69e5be
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|-
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| us-west-2 || i386  || EBS-backed      || ami-e269e5d2
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|-
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| us-west-1 || x86_64  || EBS-backed      || ami-877e24c2
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|-
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| us-west-1 || i386  || EBS-backed      || ami-417f2504
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|-
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| us-east-1 || x86_64  || EBS-backed      || ami-fd375894
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|-
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| us-east-1 || i386  || EBS-backed      || ami-ed375884
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|-
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| sa-east-1 || x86_64  || EBS-backed      || ami-eee23cf3
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|-
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| sa-east-1 || i386  || EBS-backed      || ami-1ae33d07
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|-
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| ap-northeast-1 || x86_64  || EBS-backed      || ami-26e65527
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|-
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| ap-northeast-1 || i386  || EBS-backed      || ami-5ae6555b
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|-
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| ap-southeast-1 || x86_64  || EBS-backed      || ami-2e86c07c
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|-
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| ap-southeast-1 || i386  || EBS-backed      || ami-cc86c09e
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|-
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| ap-southeast-2 || x86_64  || EBS-backed      || ami-e3a433d9
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| ap-southeast-2 || i386  || EBS-backed      || ami-87a433bd
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|-
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| eu-west-1 ||  x86_64  || EBS-backed      || ami-9980baed
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| eu-west-1 ||  i386  || EBS-backed      || ami-e981bb9d
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|}
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=== Custom image creation ===
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Visit [[Cloud_SIG/EC2_Creation]] for instructions on how to build custom versions of these images.
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[[Category:Cloud SIG]]
 
[[Category:Cloud SIG]]

Latest revision as of 15:15, 2 July 2013

→ Get Fedora Cloud Images from http://cloud.fedoraproject.org/.



Get Fedora In the Cloud includes downloadable images for use in OpenStack, Eucalyptus, OpenNebula, or CloudStack, and direct links to launch Amazon EC2 images in any region worldwide. For more information, visit (and join!) the Cloud SIG.


Fedoracloud300.png