Using Ubuntu cloud images in KVM

By : Thejaswi Puthraya

Quite a few of our clients are powered by Amazon EC2 or Rackspace and we use Ubuntu LTS releases for our servers. Canonical provides EC2 AMIs and Openstack images for all their releases. By using these JeOS images on the server as well as on the development platform reduces the dev/prod parity which we discussed in a previous post.

In this post, we'll see how to setup the Ubuntu cloud images in the local KVM hypervisor. Unlike the previous post, we'll use only the virt-manager to do the initial provisioning but you can be assured that there ...

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Libvirt and KVM

By : Thejaswi Puthraya

"But it works on my local setup!" We have heard or probably said this tens of times after something that we deployed to the production server breaks. After fire fighting for hours we learn that a particular package's version varies from the local setup. This is a fairly common problem that plagues every developer. Off late, quite a lot of interest and work is going into maximizing the dev/prod parity to prevent such problems.

Software like virtualenv help a great deal in compartmentalizing python dependencies but most web applications nowadays have to deal with loads of other dependencies ...

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