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There are currently fewer than 10 outstanding packaging [[Cloudstack | dependencies]], in addition the package itself which has a decent spec file already in existence will need to be reviewed and accepted. Aside from that this shouldn't have any bearing on other parts of the distribution. Will need to write some SELinux policy as well.  
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Revision as of 03:37, 24 January 2012

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Cloudstack

Summary

Cloudstack is an mature, enterprise-grade, fault tolerant, multi-hyerpvisor, production-ready IaaS platform.

Owner

  • Email: david@gnsa.us

Current status

  • Targeted release: Fedora 16
  • Last updated: 2011-05-27
  • Percentage of completion: 2%


Detailed Description

Cloudstack provides a mature Compute and Networking as a service platform for IaaS.

Benefit to Fedora

More cloud choices in Fedora. Cloudstack brings multi-tenant, high availability (fault tolerance really), complex networking, multi-hypervisor awesomeness to Fedora.

Scope

There is currently only a single unpackaged dependency for CloudStack, albeit that dependency has a few unpackaged BRs. But in short the task list is to get ehcache packaged and installed, and following that to get CloudStack itself reviewed and into Fedora.


How To Test

Provision a cloud - run virtual machines on it.


User Experience

This will provide users the ability to provision an IaaS cloud using Fedora.

Dependencies

See dependencies

Contingency Plan

We'll push to F17. No further plan needed.

Documentation

Release Notes

  • Cloudstack, an IaaS cloud platform is available in Fedora.

Comments and Discussion