Private Cloud with Open Source Software

A few months ago, I wrote a post on our efforts to build a private cloud infrastructure with open source. This was a very exciting and interesting undertaking mainly done through a project carried out one of my students, Zoran Pantić. After that post, there has been several requests for the relevant documents describing our motivation, experiences, and lessons learned through this project. Now we have prepared four relevant reports as guidelines for building, deploying, and troubleshoot private clouds infrastructures using open source software. Following are those four reports. All the four technical reports are available from the following links. We have the plans of converting these reports into a comprehensive guide to building and maintaining private clouds using open source software.

1. Pantić, Z. and Ali Babar, M., Guidelines for Building a Private Cloud Infrastructure, Tech Report TR-2012-153, IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 2012.
2. Pantić, Z. and Ali Babar, M., Installing and Scaling out Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud in Virtual Environment, Tech Report TR-2012-154, IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 2012.
3. Pantić, Z. and Ali Babar, M., Installing Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud in a Physical Environment, Tech Report TR-2012-155, IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 2012.
4. Pantić, Z. and Ali Babar, M., Troubleshooting during Installing Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud, Tech Report TR-2012-156, IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 2012.

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