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Eucalyptus is open source software for building AWS-compatible private clouds.
This Eucalyptus wiki is a collection of technical documents for cloud users, cloud administrators, code contributors and partners.
For the official Eucalyptus web site, visit eucalyptus.com.
Eucalyptus is a set of web services, modeled after and compatible with Amazon Web Services (AWS). Written mostly in Java, Eucalyptus integrates components from over 100 open source projects, tested and packaged into a single easy-to-install and easy-to-use product. Eucalyptus runs on virtualized infrastructure (Linux+KVM or VMware).
Acronym. Eucalyptus is actually an acronym, which stands for "Elastic Utility Computing Architecture, Linking Your Programs To Useful Systems.
Architecture. You can see the design documents for Eucalyptus in our architecture repository.
AWS Tools. Eucalyptus is AWS Compatible. See the AWS tools we recommend, and how to configure them for use with Eucalyptus, on our AWS Tools page.
Blogs. Read our blogs at Eucalyptus.com. Most blog postings are technical; some are business-oriented.
Bugs. You can file bugs on our Jira instance.
Documentation. Reference all of our documentation.
Install. To install Eucalyptus, try our Faststart ISO, which should have you up and running your own cloud within an hour, on as little as a single system.
IRC. You can find us on Freenode IRC on #eucalyptus.
Mailing List. Join one of the Eucalyptus mailing lists to keep up with latest developments and join our users and developers in conversation.
Nightlies. You can install nightly builds of the latest Eucalyptus development builds by following these instructions.
People. We've got great people working at Eucalyptus. Meet some of them.
Slides. You can see presentations on Slideshare.
Videos. You can see how Eucalyptus works on videos at Vimeo.
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All content copyright Eucalyptus Systems, 2013. Made available under the CC-BY-3.0-US license.
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