Using Aminator with Eucalyptus

Using Netflix’s OSS tools with Eucalyptus can make your life much easier…

Testing Clouds at 128bpm

Introduction to Aminator

The Netflix Cloud Platform has shown how a large scale system can be deployed in a public cloud and maintain an extreme level of performance and reliability. As Adrian Cockcroft has said in the past, Netflix focused on having functional and scalable code rather than worrying immediately about how to make it portable.  At Eucalyptus we have been working over the past year on making sure that as many of the NetflixOSS projects that interact directly with the cloud can be used on Eucalyptus. This level of portability means that anyone with even 1 single linux box can use their system as a test bed for deploying NetflixOSS more broadly on a public cloud. So far at Eucalyptus we have working versions of Asgard, Simian Army, Aminator, and Edda. These tools are cornerstones for app deployment and monitoring with the NetflixOSS stack. In this post I will…

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