Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Using AMIs on premise

AMIs provide a great way to package your software deployment.  Once this pre-configured 'template' is created some IT folks may want to use it on premise.  The solution to that does this is:
Details can be found here:
Before the AMI can be used on premise, it must be converted to an EMI:
AMI--->EMI before using on premise.

Eucalyptus has support for EC2 instances, EBS, S3, and IAM.  It also has API compatibility.  They just announced support for ELB, Auto Scaling, and CloudWatch.

They are an AWS partner:

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