Posts archive 2 / 2013

A single API to manage your entire infrastructure

07/02/2013 - Laurent Eschenauer Tags: api python

Just imagine what becomes possible when any resources from your infrastructure can be observed and manipulated through software. Today we are releasing the first version of the ComodIT Python library. Making it really easy to automate complex infrastructure scenarios with a few lines of code....

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Effortless deployment and scaling of a Ceph cluster

12/02/2013 - GĂ©rard Dethier Tags: -comodit -orchestration -ceph

In this blog post, we explain how to deploy and scale a cluster hosting a distributed object store and file system called [Ceph]( in the Cloud using ComodIT's orchestration possibilities. Orchestration was already illustrated in a [previous post](/2013/02/07/announcing-the-comodit...

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How to build your custom Fedora 18 cloud image

13/02/2013 - Laurent Eschenauer Tags: tutorial fedora cloud

In this post, we'll show you how easy it is to deploy a custom Fedora 18 instance on a Public (Amazon, Rackspace) and Private (Cloudstack, Eucalyptus, Openstack) cloud using a Kickstart file. With this procedure, you don't need to find an existing cloud image (e.g. AMI) matching your re...

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Deploy and scale a Blender 3D rendering farm in the cloud

20/02/2013 - Laurent Eschenauer Tags: -comodit -orchestration -blender

We continue our cloud orchestration serie ([#1](/2013/02/07/announcing-the-comodit-python-library-open-source/), [#2](/2013/02/12/effortless-deployment-of-a-ceph-cluster/)) with a new example showcasing the power of ComodIT to orchestrate the deployment and scaling of cloud applications. Today w...

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Deploy Openshift on Amazon EC2 or your private cloud

26/02/2013 - Laurent Eschenauer Tags: -comodit -orchestration -openshift

In this blog post, we explain how to deploy and scale an Openshift Origin cluster, using ComodIT's orchestration possibilities. This is the fourth post in our Cloud Orchestration serie. We successfully tested the deployment of Openshift on Amazon EC2, Eucalyptus and Openstack, however it should ...

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