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  • Step-By-Step Install Guide FreeNAS Storage Server
    Step-By-Step Install Guide FreeNAS Storage Server

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    From:Kefa Rabah

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    1.0 Introduction FreeNAS™ is an Open Source Storage Platform based on FreeBSD and supports sharing across Windows, Apple, and UNIX-like systems. FreeNAS™ 8 includes ZFS, which supports high storage capacities and integrates file systems and volume management into a single piece of software. The release of FreeNAS 8 includes major architectural optimizations, a django-driven user interface, and ZFS – lending us some useful features like thin provisioning, periodic snapshots, LDAP and Active Directory authorization along with the most popular platform sharing protocols. FreeNAS 8 also retains enterprise-class services while eliminating some “Home User” functionality such as iTunes/DAAP, Bit Torrent, and UPnP. These features should help it get back as third-party plugins. Hands-on Solution: In this Hands-on Lab session, you’ll learn how to install and configure FreeNAS storage server which you can as a backup or storage solution for your enterprise infrastructure. The entire installation and configuration was demonstrated using VMware server. You'll also learn to add NFS and CIFS shares.
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  • Step-By-Step Install Guide Enterprise Application Servers with Proxmox VE Cluster
    Step-By-Step Install Guide Enterprise Application Servers with Proxmox VE Cluster

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    From:Kefa Rabah

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    Hands-on Labs In this Hands-on Lab session, you’ll learn how to install and configure Proxmox VE. Next, you’ll learn how to build and deploy virtual machines on Proxmox VE. In this lab you’ll have an opportunity to deploy CentOS-5 VM server which you can use to deploy other applications. You'll also learn how to install and configure enterprise solutions e.g., SugarCRM, Moodle LMS, Joomla CMS, and eyeOS Cloud. You may also use Proxmox VE to build & deploy private cloud using OpenNebula, Eucalyptus Systems etc.
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  • Install Guide Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid on Proxmox VE
    Install Guide Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid on Proxmox VE

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    From:Kefa Rabah

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    Introduction In this Hands-on lab, you’re going to learn how to install and configure Proxmox Virtual Environment (VE) server – a professional virtualization platform used to make virtual machines based on KVM and OpenVZ technologies. Proxmox VE is an easy to use open source virtualization platform based on Linux and used for running virtual appliances, virtual machines and deploying complex virtualization technologies in the enterprises. It is a product aimed at companies and production environments, since it intends to be an easy deployment and management solution. Hands-on Solution: In this Hands-on Lab session, you’ll learn how to install and configure Proxmox VE. Next, you’ll learn how to build and deploy virtual machines on Proxmox VE. In this lab you have opportunity to deploy Ubuntu Lucid Lynx 10.04 LTS server which you can use to deploy any application of your choice. You may also use Proxmox VE to build and deploy your own private cloud using OpenNebula, Eucalyptus Systems etc.
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  • Step-By-Step Install Guide Linux CentOS-5 on Proxmox VE
    Step-By-Step Install Guide Linux CentOS-5 on Proxmox VE

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    From:Kefa Rabah

    Document Overview:
    Introduction In this Hands-on lab, you’re going to learn how to install and configure Proxmox Virtual Environment (VE) server – a professional virtualization platform used to make virtual machines based on KVM and OpenVZ technologies. Proxmox VE is an easy to use open source virtualization platform based on Linux and used for running virtual appliances, virtual machines and deploying complex virtualization technologies in the enterprises. It is a product aimed at companies and production environments, since it intends to be an easy deployment and management solution. Hands-on Solution: In this Hands-on Lab session, you’ll learn how to install and configure Proxmox VE. Next, you’ll learn how to build and deploy virtual machines on Proxmox VE. In this lab you have opportunity to deploy CentOS-5 server which you can use to deploy any application of your choice. You may also use Proxmox VE to build and deploy your own private cloud using OpenNebula, Eucalyptus Systems etc.
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  • Build Private Cloud with Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Eucalyptus Enterprise Cloud
    Build Private Cloud with Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Eucalyptus Enterprise Cloud

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    From:Kefa Rabah

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    1.0 Introduction In this Hands-on Labs session, we’re going to learn how to install, configure, administer and maintenance of the Linux Ubuntu 11.04 (Natty Narwhal) Enterprise Cloud Computing. It’s expected that Ubuntu 11.04, Natty Narwhal, will easily become the platform of choice for anybody who intends to build and deploy large-scale infrastructure, whether you're trying to build the next Facebook, or the next Google, or the next eBay. May be you want to start on [Amazon's cloud-platform] EC2 and migrate to your own managed private cloud, Ubuntu 11.04 is going to be the platform for you. The new Natty Narwhal now has a Default dhcpd server updated from dhcp3 to isc-dhcp (version 4), ISC (or Internet Sharing Connection) is the new dhcp-server. Eucalyptus is now the latest stable point release (2.0.2) with security and efficiency fixes. Cloud-init has been updated to 0.60. It includes support for resizing of the root file system at first boot, adds minimal OVF transport (iso) support and allows setting of hostname when first booting. Rightscale support has been added to cloud-config and cloud-init. Cloud images now have support for being run as an LXC guest. Some of the supporting technologies that have been packaged, these are Cassandra 0.7.0, ZeroMQ, Membase, and XtraBackup. Hand-on Solution: In this Hands-on Lab session, you’ll learn how to setup virtual network on VMware (you may also use any other virtual machines like MS VirtualPC, Linux Xen, or VirtualBox from Sun). In this lab session, you’ll learn how to Build and deploy your Own Private Cloud using Ubuntu 11.04 (Natty) Eucalyptus Enterprise Cloud Computing Platform. Once you’re done with the lab session you can proceed to build and deploy your private cloud on physical servers.
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  • Install Guide Linux Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Desktop
    Install Guide Linux Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Desktop

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    From:Kefa Rabah

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    1.0 Introduction In this Hands-on Labs session, we’re going to learn how to install and configure the Linux Ubuntu 11.04 LTS (Natty) Desktop. The Ubuntu now comes with Unity based desktop as opposed to the old classical look and feel. The Unity's indicators, the system's icons comes with controls that enable you to see what's what with your active programs and enable you to work with them. This way you can use an application's functionality without needing to minimize one program and maximize the other. There are some great feature e.g., the ease-of-use that the Ubuntu 11.04 (Natty Narwhal) release has brought with it. One of these changes is the ability to allow the automatic installation of Flash, closed-source drivers, and support for MP3 and other non-free media while installing Ubuntu. Hands-on Solution: In this Hands-on Lab session, you’ll learn how to setup virtual network on VMware (you may also use any other virtual machines like MS VirtualPC, Linux Xen, or VirtualBox from Sun). In this lab session, we’ll concentrate on installing Linux Ubuntu 11.04 LTS Natty Desktop edition, which you can then later use to install any other applications as desired.
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  • Step-By-Step Guide Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Server Installation and Administration
    Step-By-Step Guide Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Server Installation and Administration

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    From:Kefa Rabah

    Document Overview:
    1.0 Introduction In this Hands-on Labs session, we’re going to learn how to install, configure, administer and maintenance of the Linux Ubuntu 11.04 (Natty Narwhal) server option. It’s expected that Ubuntu 11.04, Natty Narwhal, will easily become the platform of choice for anybody who intends to build and deploy large-scale infrastructure, whether you're trying to build the next Facebook, or the next Google, or the next eBay. May be you want to start on [Amazon's cloud-platform] EC2 and migrate to your own managed private cloud, Ubuntu 11.04 is going to be the platform for you. The new Natty Narwhal now has a Default dhcpd server updated from dhcp3 to isc-dhcp (version 4), ISC (or Internet Sharing Connection) is the new dhcp-server. Hand-on Solution: In this Hands-on Lab session, you’ll learn how to setup virtual network on VMware (you may also use any other virtual machines like MS VirtualPC, Linux Xen, or VirtualBox from Oracle). In this lab session, we’ll concentrate on installing Linux Ubuntu 11.04 LTS Server which you can then later use to install any other applications as desired. You will learn how to install and configure Java jdk6, Apache2, Apache Tomcat6, MySQL server, PostgreSQL server, Configure SSL to secure Tomcat6. I’ll also show you how to setup static IP address and how to change hostname. You will also learn how to install GNOME Desktop, Webmin to help with installing, configuring and administrating application servers like, MySQL, FTP, DNS, DHCP, NFS etc. Finally, you’ll have an opportunity to do some assignment at the end of the lab session. When successfully done with this lab session you should have gained competence and capability to install and administer Ubuntu 11.04 Natty server and ability to extend it to implement other applications like Cloud computing with UEC, OSCAR EMR etc
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  • Using Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V to Deploy Ubuntu 10.10 Enterprise Cloud Platform
    Using Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V to Deploy Ubuntu 10.10 Enterprise Cloud Platform

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    From:Kefa Rabah

    Document Overview:
    1.0 Introduction In this Hands-on Labs session, we’re going to learn how to build private clouds using Linux Ubuntu 10.10 LTS codenamed Maverick Meerkat, server option. Canonical has high hopes that Ubuntu 10.10 LTS (Long Term Support) will quickly become the platform of choice for anybody who intends to build and deploy large-scale enterprise infrastructure deployment, whether you're trying to build the next Facebook, or the next Google, or the next eBay. If you want to start on [Amazon's cloud-platform] EC2 and migrate to your own managed private cloud, Ubuntu 10.10 is going to be the platform for you. Canonical claims a more streamlined boot process (yes, improving on the already superfast Lucid boot speed) and, of course, a sparky new kernel based on 2.6.35 and bringing with it improved hardware support LTS releases arrive bi-annually and are supported for three years on desktops and five years for servers of free security and maintenance updates. Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud (UEC): The UEC allows you to build your own private cloud. The Ubuntu Cloud Planet is a window into the world, work and lives of those that work on making Ubuntu the best cloud platform there is. With Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud you can bring the same self-service capability into your data center using the same tools and APIs used on Amazon EC2. With Ubuntu, you can build the perfect cloud environment for your business whether private, with Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud (UEC), or public, with Ubuntu Server on Amazon EC2. Because UEC uses the same machine images as Amazon EC2, you can create a hybrid cloud or migrate between public and private easily at any time. Microsoft server 2008 R2 - Microsoft wants administrators of Windows Server 2008 R2 editions (which ships in the usual flavors of Standard, Enterprise, Data Center and Itanium-specific code) to think of the server as playing certain roles. Server roles are aggregated objects that suit commonly thought-of services, such as print services, f
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  • Step-By-Step Guide RHEL6 Server Installation and Administration
    Step-By-Step Guide RHEL6 Server Installation and Administration

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    From:Kefa Rabah

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    Introduction The world's leading open source application platform Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) is a Linux distribution produced by Red Hat and targeted toward the commercial market, including mainframes. Red Hat Enterprise Linux is released in server versions for x86, x86_64, Itanium, PowerPC and IBM System z, and desktop versions for x86 and x86_64. All of Red Hat's official support and training, and the Red Hat Certification Program center on the Red Hat Enterprise Linux platform The long-awaited Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 6 delivers improvements including KVM and improved scalability. However, Xen is no longer supported. Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) is a commercial Linux OS that is designed for businesses that need full support and the highest amount of reliability possible for mission critical applications. Historically, RHEL has been a derivative of the Fedora Linux project with features and release cycles that meet the requirements of Red Hat's commercial customers. On one certified platform, Red Hat Enterprise Linux offers your choice of: (i) Applications - Thousands of certified ISV applications; (ii) Deployment - Including standalone or virtual servers, cloud computing, or software appliances; (iii) Hardware - Wide range of platforms from the world's leading hardware vendors. This gives IT departments’ unprecedented levels of operational flexibility. And it gives ISVs unprecedented market reach when delivering applications. Certify once, deploy anywhere. All while providing world-class performance, security, and stability. And unbeatable value. This is why today Red Hat is the platform of choice. Xen has been dropped and instead KVM is used. KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) replaced Xen as the virtualization product of choice. KVM is a bare metal hypervisor that runs directly on x86 hardware instead of on top of an operating system. It was distributed in RHEL 5.4 in a package called Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Hypervisor (RHEV
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  • Build and Run your own iSCSI SAN with OpenFiler
    Build and Run your own iSCSI SAN with OpenFiler

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    From:Kefa Rabah

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    Introduction Openfiler is a powerful, intuitive browser-based network storage software distribution. Openfiler delivers file-based Network Attached Storage and block-based Storage Area Networking in a single framework. It’s built on the rPath Linux metadistribution and is distributed as a stand-alone Linux distribution. The entire software stack interfaces with third-party software that is all open source. File-based networking protocols supported by Openfiler include: NFS, SMB/CIFS, HTTP/WebDAV and FTP. Network directories supported by Openfiler include NIS, LDAP (with support for SMB/CIFS encrypted passwords), Active Directory (in native and mixed modes) and Hesiod. Authentication protocols include Kerberos 5. Openfiler is OS software for implementing or configuring iSCSI devices. It includes support for volume-based partitioning, iSCSI (target and initiator), scheduled snapshots, resource quota, and a single unified interface for share management which makes allocating shares for various network file-system protocols a breeze. Internet SCSI (iSCSI) is a network protocol that allows you to use of the SCSI protocol over TCP/IP networks. It is good alternative to Fibre Channel-based SANs. You can easily manage, mount and format iSCSI Volume under Linux. It allows access to SAN storage over Ethernet. Open-iSCSI project is a high-performance, transport independent, multi-platform implementation of iSCSI. Open-iSCSI is partitioned into user and kernel parts. In this case you can build a complete shared iSCSI SAN for your ESX 4 infrastructure As a good example, suppose your company doesn’t have SAN storage. But you want a shared disk for some of your network applications like highly-available Webserver or database applications. You can use Openfiler iSCSI storage. With Openfiler you can create an iSCSI target. And by installing the proper iSCSI initiator on the client you can mount the Openfiler's iSCSI target on your client. In background it’s just RedHat
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  • Using Conga Web Configuration to Build and Deploy CentOS-5 Cluster Suite
    Using Conga Web Configuration to Build and Deploy CentOS-5 Cluster Suite

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    From:Kefa Rabah

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    Introduction Conga is an agent/server architecture for remote administration of systems. The agent component is called "ricci", and the server is called "luci". One luci server can communicate with many multiple ricci agents installed on systems. When a system is added to a luci server to be administered, authentication is done once. No authentication is necessary from then on (unless the certificate used is revoked by a CA). Through the UI provided by luci, users can configure and administer storage and cluster behavior on remote systems. Communication between luci and ricci is done via XML. Red Hat Cluster Suite provides high availability and clustered storage for RHEL platforms. Unfortunately the configuration management for each node can be tedious as the /etc/cluster/cluster.conf file must be copied to each as changes are made. Conga makes life a little simpler. http://sourceware.org/cluster/conga/ Conga provides a client/server architecture for cluster management with the ricci and luci services. Luci acts as the configuration interface and sends instructions the ricci client on each server. Ricci takes instructions from luci and updates cluster.conf as necessary. Hands-on Lab Session In this Hands-on lab session, you will learn how to install & configure CentOS-5 Cluster Suite using Conga Web Configuration.. You’ll also learn how to deploy Openfiler iSCSI shared storage target as your NAS storage. I’ll also show you how to install and configure NSF Storage on a Linux CentOS-5 server and deploying it as your cluster storage. The entire lab training was performed on VMware. Upon completion of this hands-on lab session, you should have gained expertise and skills required to build, deploy and run your CentOS-5 Cluster Suite. The following are major steps we’ll follow: 1. Install and three CentOS-5 servers: two nodes and one cluster controller (Luci server). 2. On a fourth machine install and configure Openfiler server and configure iSCSI targe
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  • Deploy Private Document Management System with KnowledgeTree DMS on Windows 7
    Deploy Private Document Management System with KnowledgeTree DMS on Windows 7

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    From:Kefa Rabah

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    1.0 Introduction In this Hands-on Labs session, we’re going to learn how to install and configure the Linux Ubuntu 10.04 LTS (Lucid Lynx) 64-bit server option which we then use to install KnowledgeTree DMS CE. Canonical has high hopes that Ubuntu 10.04, Lucid Lynx, will easily become the platform of choice for anybody who intends to build and deploy large-scale infrastructure, whether you're trying to build the next Facebook, or the next Google, or the next eBay. Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Server Edition: Lean, fast and powerful – Ubuntu Server delivers services reliably, predictably and economically - and easily integrates with your existing infrastructure. It has almost 100 open-source and proprietary application providers certifying their programs on Ubuntu Server Edition. Ubuntu 10.04 includes Alfresco, Ingres, IBM, VMware, Yahoo and Zimbra. It also includes improved installation and management tools for Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud (UEC) and Amazon EC2. KnowledgeTree is PHP-based, open source document management software that is easy to install and use across a broad range of organizations. The features included in the community edition – including workflow, version control and audit trails – help manage the document lifecycle, promote collaboration, reduce paper and ensure compliance. KnowledgeTree Community Edition is licensed under the GNU GPL version 3. Solution In this Hands-on Lab session, you’ll learn how to setup virtual network on VMware (you may also use any other virtual machines like MS VirtualPC, Linux Xen, or VirtualBox from Sun). In this lab session, we’ll concentrate on installing KnowledgeTree DMS on a clean install Linux Ubuntu 10.04 LTS 64-bit Server. You will learn how to install and configure Webmin to help with configuring DNS server. I’ll also show you how to setup static IP address which is required for deploying a DNS server. Finally, we’ll go through a step-by-step process to install KnowledgeTree CE DMS. You’ll also have opportunity t
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  • Build and Deploy your own Document Management System with KnowledgeTree DMS on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Server
    Build and Deploy your own Document Management System with KnowledgeTree DMS on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Server

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    From:Kefa Rabah

    Document Overview:
    1.0 Introduction In this Hands-on Labs session, we’re going to learn how to install and configure the Linux Ubuntu 10.04 LTS (Lucid Lynx) 64-bit server option which we then use to install KnowledgeTree DMS CE. Canonical has high hopes that Ubuntu 10.04, Lucid Lynx, will easily become the platform of choice for anybody who intends to build and deploy large-scale infrastructure, whether you're trying to build the next Facebook, or the next Google, or the next eBay. Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Server Edition: Lean, fast and powerful – Ubuntu Server delivers services reliably, predictably and economically - and easily integrates with your existing infrastructure. It has almost 100 open-source and proprietary application providers certifying their programs on Ubuntu Server Edition. Ubuntu 10.04 includes Alfresco, Ingres, IBM, VMware, Yahoo and Zimbra. It also includes improved installation and management tools for Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud (UEC) and Amazon EC2. KnowledgeTree is PHP-based, open source document management software that is easy to install and use across a broad range of organizations. The features included in the community edition – including workflow, version control and audit trails – help manage the document lifecycle, promote collaboration, reduce paper and ensure compliance. KnowledgeTree Community Edition is licensed under the GNU GPL version 3. Solution In this Hands-on Lab session, you’ll learn how to setup virtual network on VMware (you may also use any other virtual machines like MS VirtualPC, Linux Xen, or VirtualBox from Sun). In this lab session, we’ll concentrate on installing KnowledgeTree DMS on a clean install Linux Ubuntu 10.04 LTS 64-bit Server. You will learn how to install and configure Webmin to help with configuring DNS server. I’ll also show you how to setup static IP address which is required for deploying a DNS server. Finally, we’ll go through a step-by-step process to install KnowledgeTree CE DMS. You’ll also have opportunity t
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  • Step-By-Step Install Guide Debian 5 Lenny Server
    Step-By-Step Install Guide Debian 5 Lenny Server

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    From:Kefa Rabah

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    1.0 Introduction Debian 5 or Lenny is based on the 2.6.25 Linux kernel. For the desktop, Lenny supports both KDE 3.5.9 and GNOME 2.20.1.1. It also includes the most recent versions of many popular end-user software applications. These include: Firefox 3.01, OpenOffice 2.4.1, and Evolution 2.22.3.1. Lenny is also excellent for developer. It all includes the best developer and server programs. For example, Lenny comes with glibc 2.7 and Samba 3.2. For networking, Lenny will include full support for the IPv6 networking protocol and NFSv4 (Network File System). On the server side, Lenny is also expected to have LFS (Large File Support). With this, applications will have access to the largest files supported by the operating system and file system rather than an application-bound arbitrary file size limits. In general, Debian 5 is an outstanding Linux distribution. Since Debian is, in turn, the foundation of many other distributions, such as Ubuntu and its family of Linux distributions; MEPIS; and Xandros, this bodes well for all of Linux. Hands-on Lab Solution: In this Hands-on Lab session, you’ll learn how to setup virtual network on VMware (you may also use any other virtual machines like MS VirtualPC, Linux Xen, or VirtualBox from Oracle, or Citrix XenServer). In this lab session, we’ll concentrate on installing Linux Debian 5 Lenny server which you can then later use to install any other applications as desired. During the installation we’ll select to pre-install DNS server, LAMP server, Print Server, Samba file server and database server. You will also learn how to install and secure SFTP using TSL and finally install and secure MySQL database server. You’ll also have opportunity to learn some troubleshooting techniques and also do some lab assignments at the end of the lab session.
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  • Building and Running Private Cloud with Eucalyptus Systems
    Building and Running Private Cloud with Eucalyptus Systems

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    From:Kefa Rabah

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    EUCALYPTUS - Elastic Utility Computing Architecture for Linking Your Programs To Useful Systems -- is an open-source software infrastructure for implementing Elastic/Utility/Cloud computing using computing clusters and/or workstation farms. The current interface to EUCALYPTUS is interface-compatible with Amazon.com's EC2 (arguably the most commercially successful Cloud computing service), but the infrastructure is designed to be modified and extended so that multiple client-side interfaces can be supported. In addition, EUCALYPTUS is implemented using commonly-available Linux tools and basic web service technology making it easy to install and maintain. Eucalyptus Systems delivers private cloud software. This is infrastructure software that enables enterprises and government agencies to establish their own cloud computing environments. With Eucalyptus, customers make more efficient use of their computing capacity, thus increasing productivity and innovation, deploying new applications faster, and protecting sensitive data while making savings in capital expenditure. Private clouds let's say you want a cloud like infrastructure for architectural purposes but you want it to run on your own hardware in your own secure environment. Eucalyptus is an open source solution that originates from an NSF funded research project at University of California, Santa Barbara. The open source model is generally considered a superior way of creating infrastructure software. Innovation is faster, users and customers have more freedom and flexibility, lock-in is avoided, and secondary benefits accrue from the massive ecosystems that naturally evolve around the most prolific open source products. Finally, it’s imported to note that the cloud platform itself is modularized and therefore support multiple APIs and virtualization environments. Thus while the initial versions of the system supported the AWS APIs and Xen hypervisor platform, Eucalyptus is designed to support multiple
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