MyCloudPortal..!!

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What is MyCloudPortal?

MyCloudPortal is about providing an enterprise level of solution to the customers out there so that they can manage multiple clouds using 1 single dashboard.
It is a cloud brokrage tool and ideal for those who are providing cloud hosting or the company who are working with multiple clouds.

What Problem this is solving?
I don’t think there is any company in IT which is not aware/working with cloud, and as we know there are multiple clouds aout there in the market like Amazon,Vcloud,Eucalyptus,OpenStack etc etc
So it is hard to manage all of these and when this projected started there were not any product out in the market which is providing solution of managing multiple cloud using 1 dashboard.

Where you can test this?
It is simple just go to http://mycloudportal.in and create a user ID and then log in there.
Provide the credentials and use it and test it. 🙂
It is too damn simple.

Is this free?
Yes, It is free and open. Though we got a branch for enterprise customer only but we got a free version of this too. You can download it from https://github.com/MCPTech/mycp
In future you can expect more.
You can develop over the top of this and add new features whatever you want to.

How may cloud does this support?
Presently our product support Amazon, Eucalyptus and VCloud. But we are working over OpenStack and so this will be out soon and other than this we will be covering all the major cloud.

How is the User Experience?
As the product is open and we got a hosted version too so you can go and check it out anytime.
Other than that believe me it is for one of the best and easy UI to handle.

If you are more interested in knowing about the product then We got some videos too, which would make understanding more easy and clear any doubts 🙂

What Down my CloudPortal do

Get to know My Cloud Portal

And a Couple of new videos with the New UI to make the things more clear

If you got any more question then either ask at our website or comment below.


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Eucalyptus Deployment

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Most Important thing Activate the Virtualization from the Bios else nothing going to work (This is what I forgot to do)

The The version of Eucalyptus which I got is 3.2 and you can download it from

http://www.eucalyptus.com/download/faststart

This got Eucalyptus over CentOS which we may install for 1 node or multiple node.

For installation over 1 node it’s comparatively easy and fast, So I am just discussing Installation over 2 node .

 

Hardware I got:

 

2 server both identical

quard core intel xeon processor

4GB ram

1TB hardisk

2 Networking Cards

 

1st machine specification

Name of node: MyCloudPortalNode

IP: eth0: 10.20.0.51 (This is for public use)

eth1:10.0.0.1 (This is for private use)

1)Start the System and press F2 key and get into bios.

2)In advance menu “Enable” virualization which was previously disabled. Press F10 to save

3)Press F6 on restart and choose the boot form CD option

4)Insert the Eucalyptus DVD and when it prompts for the options choose for installation of node server

5) when it prompts for the networking IP insert the values which already have provided on the top.

6)It’s going ot create the br0 (Bridge) by itself.

7) Set the ntp server

Yum install ntp

chkconfig ntpd ok

service ntpd start

then check the date by

date

 

Leave this machine just like then and then go for the installation of front controller

 

2nd machine

Name of Node: MyCloudPortalFront

IP: Eth0: 10.2.0.52

Etho1: 10.0.0.2

 

1)Start the System and press F2 key and get into bios.

2)In advance menu “Enable” virtualization which was previously disabled. Press F10 to save

3)Press F6 on restart and choose the boot from CD option

4)Insert the Eucalyptus DVD and when it prompts for the options choose for installation choose install front end.

5) Choose the IP which I have already be defined and then start it

6) when it got start it would ask about the public and private IP

 

don’t change private IP and in public IP provide the IP range which you want to be selected by the VM when this would get ocneected.

7)make all this accordingly and then start the machine.

This would ask about the IP of node on restarting the system after installation being done, enter the IP of nodes then this would prompt for SU password enter it and it is registered 🙂

8)Set the ntp server

Yum install ntp

chkconfig ntpd ok

service ntpd start

 

then check the date

Now both machine common.

Power off all the eucalyptus services

Over Front end

Service eucalyptus-cloud stop

service eucalyptus-cc stop

Over NC

service eucalyptus-nc stop

 

Test euca-describe-availability-zones verbose

 

Output should be like this, I already got 2 Small VM so it’s saying that free is 2/4

euca-describe-availability-zones verbose

AVAILABILITYZONE CLUSTER01 10.0.0.2 arn:euca:eucalyptus:CLUSTER01:cluster:cc_01/

AVAILABILITYZONE |- vm types free / max   cpu   ram  disk

AVAILABILITYZONE |- m1.small 0002 / 0004   1 512 5

AVAILABILITYZONE |- c1.medium 0001 / 0002   2 512 10

AVAILABILITYZONE |- m1.large 0001 / 0002   2   1024 15

AVAILABILITYZONE |- m1.xlarge 0001 / 0002   2   2048 20

AVAILABILITYZONE |- c1.xlarge 0000 / 0001   4   4096 20

For checking the number of VM you may create and other available resources.

 

Now start all three services and navigate your browser to

 

https://<frontendip>:8888 : For creation of VM

Dashboard

https://<frontendip>:8443  : For profile editing


8443

Now go and play with VM 🙂

After creation of VM this is how this will look like when a VM is created and running.

The green tick mark will be different for different kind of things.

Vm_Created

Do comment about your views any error or some questions.

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