[PetiteCloud] head lost in the clouds

Aryeh Friedman aryeh.friedman at gmail.com
Wed Mar 5 23:45:46 PST 2014

I have been so busy developing petitecloud I have never really used it for
anything serious ;-) case in point I am getting ready to rewrite the build
system because of all the new demands and such placed on it.   It took me
almost 15 mins I didn't need to take any machines down to do it just make a
few new instances.

What I came up with might be a good reference SCL'less cloud archicture for
small developers:

Production cloud [freebsd intel] (all current production instances... no
more room really on here since we typically have 3 instances running here 1
for pc development 1 for our commercial stuff and one for corporate records
and backups)

We have a freebsd (AMD) machine on the test cloud and a linux one (freebsd
and virtualization just don't like this motherboard/cpu combo).   In order
to maintain the simulation of a remote instance (our stuff on rootbsd) [we
really need to find a place that will donate a co-lo to us so we can set up
a live demo of PC on it] I put a 40GB, 1MB, 1 core machine on the linux
machine (identical to an iota instance at rootbsd [less xen of course]) and
our new dev machine which is 3 cores, 4 MB ram and 50GB of disk (when we
need more there should be enough PC plugins and such to make it so we don't
have to nuke the instance just add more disk).

The above setup should allow us to simulate stuff on rootbsd a lot better
(we are planning to add a few additional services to petitecloud.org like
getting the mailing list of dreamhost and making it so there is a public
aegis baseline people can pull from).

Aryeh M. Friedman, Lead Developer, http://www.PetiteCloud.org
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