Eucalyptus Cloud 5 beta 1 has been released, this release provides early access for trying out new
functionality on non-production deployments.
We are exited to make 5.0 available as a preview to a wider audience to get feedback on new features
in advance of the final release of Eucalyptus Cloud 5.
Eucalyptus Cloud 4.4.5 has been released, updating our OS support to allow use of CentOS and RHEL 7.6 in addition to
the existing support for 7.3, 7.4, and 7.5.
This release has some important compatibility and functionality fixes and is recommended for all 4.4.x deployments.
We know how much you love Eucalyptus 4.4, but we also recognize that
sometimes a cloud is working well on an older version and upgrading can
In this post we take a look at how you can use the new
downloads.eucalyptus.cloud RPM repositories with older releases, and
where you can find the related documentation.
Eucalyptus Cloud 4.4.4 has been released, updating our OS support to allow use of CentOS and RHEL 7.5 in addition to
the existing support for 7.3 and 7.4.
This release was tested using updated qemu packages which should be installed when upgrading. This updates qemu to 2.9.0
from the 2.6.0 version previously distributed.
The AWS Command Line Interface is a unified tool to manage AWS
services. You would use the CLI to run EC2 instances, upload objects for storage in S3, and to
manage users in IAM.
In this post we examine how the CLI, and higher level tooling, can be used with your
We are excited to announce the Eucalyptus Cloud 4.4.3 release!
There are a couple of changes included that go beyond those in a typical
Welcome to the new eucalyptus.cloud site!
This new site is now hosting documentation and downloads for Eucalyptus Cloud.