monkey Introducing Server Profiles in CloudStack CloudMonkey

The Apache CloudStack community recently released CloudMonkey 5.2.0. In this post, Rohit Yadav Software Architect at ShapeBlue talks about this release and his work on the new server profile feature. For more information on CloudMonkey and its usage click here.  At ShapeBlue we offer CloudStack infrastructure support and in doing so we rely heavily on tools such as CloudMonkey which is the official [...]

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LDAP-002 Using CloudStack 4.3 with Microsoft Active Directory

CloudStack 4.3 provided further enhancements to the LDAP integration, and in this article we will look at how you configure CloudStack to authenticate against a Microsoft Active Directory Server. Enable AD Integration First step is to tell CloudStack about your Active Directory Servers (yes we can now have more than one) Go to Global Settings [...]

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datacenterservices Datacenter Services choose Apache CloudStack to deliver enterprise grade public IaaS cloud

Part of the CSN Group, DATACENTER Services believes that IT parties do not want to invest in IT Infrastructure. It is too expensive in terms of cash and knowledge. Therefore they offer ‘low level’ IT services:  CompanyCloud IaaS CompanyCloud On-line backup tooling and storage Company-Box, the secure alternative for DropBox  All of them are white [...]

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survey Using CloudStack? – then give the project your feedback

The CloudStack community recently launched a CloudStack user adoption survey. As many of you will know, CloudStack is great, production grade, software in widespread use in both service providers and enterprises. However, one thing we haven’t done well to date is communicating this to the outside world. CloudStack is “the best kept secret in the [...]

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heartbleed How to Mitigate OpenSSL HeartBleed Vulnerability in Apache CloudStack

UPDATE: 09-Apr-2014 – The proper upgrade command is “apt-get install openssl libssl1.0.0″. If you’ve just updated openssl, please go back and update libssl as well. UPDATE: 10-Apr-2014 – Added detailed verification steps / Apache CloudStack 4.0 – 4.1 are not vulnerable, they use older Debian/openssl. Thanks to all involved for helping to put together and update [...]

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Whitecloudstack_lozenge CloudStack European User Group roundup

We had a great turn out for the April meeting of the CloudStack European User Group on April 2. The meeting was very kindly hosted by BT (British Telecom) at their Showcase Centre in London. I’d been a little worried about attendance because, in my wisdom, I’d decided at organise this meeting a week before [...]

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