openSUSE Cloud powered by OpenStack
openSUSE Cloud development preview, based on openSUSE 12.1 and OpenStack (2011.3, Diablo), including:
- OpenStack Compute: Nova
- OpenStack Image Service: Glance
- OpenStack Identity Service: Keystone
- OpenStack Dashboard: Horizon
The OpenStack 2011.3 (Diablo) packages used in this appliances are also available from: http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/Virtualization:/Cloud:/OpenStack:/Diablo/ for various openSUSE and SLE versions.
Note: This is a development snapshot, it has rough edges! This appliance needs to run on real hardware, as it requires hardware virtualization technology.
See http://en.opensuse.org/SDB:Cloud_OpenStack_Quickstart for a quick “how to get started” guide for this appliance.
For more details on OpenStack see http://openstack.org/ and http://docs.openstack.org/
USB & disk image
This is an image of your disk, ready to be written to either a USB drive or your hard disk. When written, it will erase all data on a disk. During the first boot, your partition will be automatically resized to fill available space.
Burn this ISO file to a DVD (or CD, if the space allows), and you'll be able to boot directly from the disc.
A bootable ISO containing the appliance disk image. Boots into a simple graphical environment and prompts for confirmation before writing the image onto the hard drive. Useful for performing automated system installs/preloads.
Warning: Overwrites all data on the target hard drive.
Open Virtualization Format (OVF)
The OVF format is an open standard for packaging and distributing virtual appliances. It is not tied to any particular hypervisor or system architecture.
VMware / VirtualBox / KVM image
Whether you use VMware, VirtualBox, or KVM, this vmdk is a ready-to-use virtual appliance.
Xen guest image
This Xen guest image is ready to run on a Xen hypervisor host.
No change since the previous build, just enabled more images to be built
5 new dependencies
Build configuration updated
Software3 patterns, 418 packages
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Includes the following unofficial sources:
No custom software packages were uploaded.
Overlay files were uploaded, but none are executable.
A boot script is included.