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Add secondary cloud providers #10

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thedavidgay opened this Issue Jun 7, 2014 · 8 comments

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thedavidgay commented Jun 7, 2014

Now that internal downloads are done, once I finish AMI uploads to each EC2 region, I'll want to move on to some other cloud providers which are of particular interest to Fedora. Feel free to reorder these services if you'd like me to prioritize.

  • Google CE integration - TODO - check back with @kushaldas about legal status.
  • Azure - TODO - check back with @mattdm about legal status.
  • Digital Ocean (they do this work themselves, but maybe we can set up something to help automate it for them. we need to ping them). @sayanchowdhury will follow up on this one. Let's ask @dustymabe about it!

We used to some OpenStack sites here, but we decided that they're not worth focusing on (or they're dead, in some cases).

@thedavidgay thedavidgay added this to the 4th of July milestone Jun 7, 2014

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thedavidgay commented Jun 19, 2014

Most of this is currently blocking on legal stuff related to what sort of resources and access these providers are willing to give us. Unlike EC2, it's a bit trickier to register images for public availability with these providers. I've written skeletal service files for each of these providers, but nothing is really hooked up yet.

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thedavidgay commented Jun 20, 2014

I've added Openstack to the top of the list since we don't yet have accounts for the other providers, but we do have our own Fedora Openstack instance.

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thedavidgay commented Jun 24, 2014

I'm moving this to the next milestone since it's blocking on legal stuff over which I have no control.

@thedavidgay thedavidgay modified the milestones: The end is nigh!, 4th of July Jun 24, 2014

@thedavidgay thedavidgay modified the milestone: The end is nigh! Jan 9, 2015

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ralphbean commented Nov 17, 2015

Adding a question here -- can apache libcloud handle google compute engine and azure? If so, that's nice.

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jzb commented May 25, 2016

I'll re-start this with legal and try to get some traction. It's taking far too long.

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ralphbean commented May 26, 2016

Thanks @jzb!

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ralphbean commented Aug 4, 2016

Just as a note, at the infrastructure workshop at flock, we're talking about upgrading fedorainfracloud.org from Openstack 5 to Openstack 9.

One of the things this gives us is the ability to let users authenticate with fas via ipsilon. We can therefore open up our cloud for easier access for testers and other people with side projects.

It would therefore be very very nice if fedimg could upload images not just to AWS, but also to our private openstack cloud at fedorainfracloud.org. That way, Fedora QA people could try to boot it and see what it can do as part of the QA process.

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sayanchowdhury commented Jul 10, 2017

Azure isn't possible due to legal issues.

mattdm | sayan: We can't do Azure not for legal reasons but because they don't do any non commercially-supported images at this time

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