Euca2ools 3 – Making it easier to work in a hybrid cloud environment with Eucalyptus and AWS
Version 3 of euca2ools, slated for release in just a couple months, gives the command line suite a much-needed refresh that makes it both easier to write and easier to use. Most of the innovation here involves changes to the platform upon which it is built. I will cover those changes from a developer’s perspective in future blog posts, but today I’m going to focus on what euca2ools 3 brings to the table for developers and other users alike. While there are too many small improvements to possibly cover them all, euca2ools 3 at last brings a few of the niceties power users have come to expect from their command line tools to cloud management.
A configuration file
Yes, you read that right: a configuration file. Both euca2ools and the command line tools provided by AWS themselves have astonishingly limited support for configuration, forcing people to resort to writing…
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