How to build private cloud?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 24, 2014
I want to build a private cloud.
Functionality should be exactly like google drive or dropbox.
This will only have about 10 persons using it.
Every person should have an account each and a personal "space" or folder on the cloud
Every client computer should have a folder which sync up to my server.
Bonus if it was possible to host an interface on a webserver on the same server using my private domain.
What services/software would i need for this?
Ive looked at the Ubuntu openstack with maas, juju and landscape, but i have not found a good explaination how it works.
[SOLVED] How to create private cloud with ubuntu
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 7, 2014
I want to create private cloud with Ubuntu 9.0 above version with minimum 3 desktop computers without paying anything to the service provider. Please let me know how to setup and configure.
In both the 3 computer has Intel core i3-3220 RAM-2GB 64bit-OS 64bit processor.
How to use IPSec / Openswan with Amazon's Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) and EC2?
location: linuxexchange.com - date: April 12, 2012
Does anyone know how to use Openswan to create an IPSec tunnel to a Cisco router on EC2?
I keep reading that people can or they cannot set up the IPSec tunnels on Amazon's cloud. Is it possible or not?
If so, can someone point me to a tutorial where it was successful?
Reverse engineering a Docker deployment on private cloud
location: linuxexchange.com - date: March 5, 2015
I am working on a software that has to be deployed on private cloud of a client. The client has root access, as well as hardware. I don't want the client to reverse engineer our software.
We can control two things here:
we have access to a secure port of the server, which we can use to send tokens to decrypt the code, and shut it down if necessary;
we can do manual installation (key in a password at the time of installation) or use Tamper resistance device if we have to.
Can a Docker deployment prevent our client from reverse engineering our code? We plan to open a single port and use SSL to protect incoming and outgoing data.
LXer: How to install Tonido private cloud server on Ubuntu Linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 13, 2015
Published at LXer:
Tonido is a free application that allows you to access files on your computer from a web browser, from your handheld or any DLNA capable device. The Tonido server enables you to sync files between different devices and to share them securely with your friends so you have a private and secure Cloud. This tutorial is about installing Tonido server on Ubuntu Linux.
Ubuntu Private Cloud vs drbd for windows vm's
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 9, 2009
I'm looking to possibly use ubuntu cloud for clustering.
My main concern is storage clustering for virtual machines and I was wondering if cloud might be the easiest way to go.
My idea is simply that I want to be able to replace one VMWare Server with several clustering ubuntu file servers clustered and running sun vm so that if one server fails I can move the vm to another server.
I've played with drbd but I was hoping that cloud would be easier to maintain. The vm's will mainly be windows boxes.
So am I working in the correct direction using ubuntu cloud, or should I just work with drbd. I have successfully configured a drbd xen cluster. I just like Sun's virutual box better than xen. (sorry to the Xen fans).
This is a post requestin advice and I know that can end up being pretty open ended.
I do have a cloud up and running (I think I can get to the cluster website but the store is empty???).
what is the difference between ubuntu openstack and openstack kilo to build a private cloud?
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
I am trying to build a private cloud.
I was wondering what is the difference between
ubuntu openstack using maas to build the machines
which have some heavy prerequisites.
And openstack kilo and it's previous versions https://www.openstack.org/software/kilo/
which have no explicit prerequisites.
How to create a private cloud using openstack for file sharing
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
I wish to create a private cloud using openstack for our college (which has to be hosted in our college) which will be mostly used for file sharing purpose (right now we have this as one of the priority) so that students can access the files hosted on it from their home.
Right now I have installed openstack's latest version in my local ubuntu machine (All in one machine)using devstack for the testing purpose, it's working fine. Now I am planning to install multi node open stack with help of my friend's laptops (3-4 laptops) to host files which can be accessed through FTP or HTTP. Once configured with local machines we will replicate the same in our college environment. At this moment I am not able to understand what all components are required to be installed and what should be the openstack structure to achieve our requirement.
Please let me know how should I proceed for the same.
How can I use Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud in my private infrastructure?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 18, 2011
I am an experienced system/server administrator trying to understand how can I use Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud in my private infrastructure.
I already Googled a lot and all documentation I found has quite the same approach telling the concept, architecture, elements, components but none of them has a practical approach telling what kind of servers it supports and if it is possible to move them into UEC.
Today I have over 80 different servers (windows and linux; physical and virtual) with many different applications I think that moving these servers into UEC would change (for good) the way I manage servers today wich is the traditional management.
So for an example is it possible to migrate my Active Directory server into the UEC?
At this moment I am not interested in technical details just a practical answer on what kind of servers I can host on a UEC environment.
(if I posted on the wrong forum please let me know.)
New to MAAS, OpenStack, and JuJu. Not sure if I am doing the right setup.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 7, 2013
I've been tasked by my employer to setup Drupal server with as much redundancy as possible. The old Drupal server got corrupted and a hard drive failed. I rebuilt a new ubuntu server and got everything back up. But now they are uber paranoid so they want to mitigate as much fault as possible. I know cloud won't stop corruption but we have backups in place. This is all about fault tolerance and scalability. Plus if I can get other uses of these brand new servers by using cloud, all the better. These servers are pretty overpowered to just be running Drupal alone.
So my linux server choice has always been Ubuntu, so I start googling how to cluster ubuntu server. A lot of things I've read was pointing to use MAAS, JuJu, and OpenStack. I think my wires are being crossed here or being short circuited.
So my simple question is, as I continue to setup MAAS, JuJu, and OpenStack will things become more clearer on what I'm doing to setup the webserver like I would normally do on a
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