[PetiteCloud] head lost in the clouds
m.thoreson at c4labs.ca
Thu Mar 6 09:38:38 PST 2014
I have a xeon dedicated server with 1Gbps unmetered uplink and 1TB
(2x1TB)mirror that we can make use of. I know it isn't colo but right
now it is all we got if you looking for a no cost solution.
On 06/03/2014 1:45 AM, Aryeh Friedman wrote:
> 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 <http://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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