Talk: Creating CentOS Templates For CloudStack

Update (20140324): The presentation is available at SlideShare or for download (PDF) here here. See you all for the next meetup.

The most popular section on my blog happens to be around creating OS templates for CloudStack. More specifically, creating CentOS templates for CloudStack.

I will be presenting a talk on the same topic at the Bangalore CloudStack meetup on Wednesday, March 19th at the InMobi campus. Please do join me and the other CloudStacker’s at the meetup.

Please RSVP via the meetup page.

Shanker Balan

Shanker Balan is a devops and infrastructure freelancer with over 14 years of industry experience in large scale Internet systems. He is available for both short term and long term projects on contract. Please use the Contact Form for any enquiry.

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Seed CloudStack Templates Offline

Not all clouds require or have Internet access. As a security policy, the guest instances could have public Internet access but the CloudStack management network itself has no access. Having basic Internet access would make it a lot easier to populate the built-in SSVM and CentOS templates during the build phase but its not an absolute must.

To seed the System VM templates manually:

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Shanker Balan

Shanker Balan is a devops and infrastructure freelancer with over 14 years of industry experience in large scale Internet systems. He is available for both short term and long term projects on contract. Please use the Contact Form for any enquiry.

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