This is a draft for an updated Cloud SIG web site. Please see the current page at Cloud SIG, which has actual useful information.
Fedora Cloud SIG
- fedora in ec2
- other cloud images
- fedora cloud docs
- participate (below)
What Do We Mean by "Cloud"?
(this should probably be a short paragraph and a link for more)
Areas of Activity
Fedora in the Cloud
Cloud guest images and cloud guest issues.
- ec2 images
- downloadable images for private or hybrid clouds
- other public cloud providers
- cloud-init documentation
Constituents: anyone interested in development and production use of Fedora as a server platform
The Cloud on Fedora
Cloud platforms packaged for and running on Fedora.
- openstack / eucalyptus / cloudstack / opennebula
- openshift origin
- owncloud / sparkleshare
Constituents: upstream cloud infrastructure projects, downstream distros using Fedora, Fedora as tech preview, Fedora as testbed, Fedora as part of real infrastructure (ovirt-node). Special note for EPEL.
The Cloud for Fedora
The Fedora Project as a user of cloud technologies.
- Fedora Infrastructure private cloud
- connections with openshift?
- other ways we can use cloud tech to benefit Fedora development
Constituents: Fedora contributors
Fedora as Cloud End-Point
Desktop and mobile devices running Fedora connect to cloud services.
- connecting with cloud accounts
- software-as-a-service for fedora users
- possible service offerings
Constituents: users of Fedora as a desktop or mobile operating system. Special note for privacy and data-control concerns.
Participating in the Cloud SIG
(nothing fancy required to join... ways of participating below...)
Right now, none. We focus on working things out in the mailing list, which better accommodates different timezones.
- LinuxCon / CloudOpen