With the 30 day free evaluation of Microsoft’s Cloud, aka Azure, I decided to try and make the cloud fun, so I made a Ubuntu VM which now hosts Minecraft, which my kids love to play on now. Part 1 will list out the tools that will need to be downloaded, as well as signing up for the free Azure account. Part 2 will step you thru creating the Virtual Machine in the cloud, and creating an endpoint to access what is on the VM that was just created. The Ubuntu VM will automatically create an EndPoint to enable management of this VM on port 22 for SSH connectivity. Please note with both PuTTY and WinSCP the first time you connect using these tools you might be prompted about using a certificate for the first time, just click ok to ensure the certificate is used and the connection is made. Start up WinSCP, and select the name of the connection that you created earlier and click the Login button at the bottom of the screen. The commander view, in WinSCP, is the default view, will show a split screen, on the left will be your windows host, on the right hand side will be the Linux host.
Now open up your Minecraft client and connect to the FQDN name of your server and you are ready to play Minecraft on your own server. This series of posts is to illustrate how easy the cloud can be to use, it’s flexibility to be used in different ways, as well as show the broad range of Operating Systems that are available on the Microsoft Cloud Platform. To create a USB stick from which you can install Ubuntu, you must first download Ubuntu and, if you want, verify the download. The kube-up.sh script will build the required binary files (using make all), copy the binary files to the charm directory and deploy a cluster to the public cloud you have configured with Juju, if you do not have a public cloud configured you will be presented with the opportunity to configure one. The resulting cluster consists of one kubernetes-master, two kubernetes nodes on different hosts.
When you are done with the cluster running kube-down.sh will destroy the cluster as expected. If you are planning on or already are running Ubuntu on the cloud or in your datacentre, we can help you take the next steps. Ubuntu’s scopes give you related content on one screen, instead of hiding it behind different apps.
Ubuntu’s scopes are like individual home screens for different kinds of content, giving you access to everything from movies and music to local services and social media, without having to go through individual apps. Scope Roulette gives you a chance to learn more about scopes, and along the way there’s the chance to win Ubuntu Phone related prizes. Ubuntu Phone includes all the smartphone essentials, crafted with breathtaking attention to detail.
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This article is intended to provide a general approach to installing ExpressionEngine on a Rackspace Cloud Server running Linux.
The process of installing ExpressionEngine on the Rackspace Cloud involves several tasks, from installing the LAMP stack to setting file permissions in ExpressionEngine.
The first part of the process is to get your Linux server ready with your user accounts and firewall rules. To make a terminal connection to your server, you can use a client application or the console interface provided by Rackspace. I can’t give specifics on this, as each environment is unique, as are the security needs for your website. Ensure that the files that you uploaded to your website root have 755 for permissions, including sud-directories. If you have a low bandwidth site, or you want an inexpensive development environment, Cloud Servers may be the way to go.
Ultimately, comparing the specs between Cloud Sites and Cloud Servers on the Rackspace site is the real deciding factor.
This article was written with the purpose of documenting how to get an ExpressionEngine website installed at Rackspace for the minimal cost.
As I wrote previously, this process is valid for low bandwidth sites, development environments, or when the fee for Rackspace Cloud Sites can’t be covered. Select multiple files that you want to copy to the root of your home folder, and drag them to the Linux machine. In March we created some Juju charms that have the ability to deploy specific releases of Kubernetes on a public cloud. Refer to the Development Guide for details on how to set up your environment for development in the Go programming language.
The etcd and flannel parts are there so the containers on different hosts can communicate with each other. The same commands can deploy a cluster on the major public clouds Amazon, Google Compute Engine, any OpenStack cloud, Windows Azure and many others. From edges that enable you to navigate faster to details like the striking clock face, nothing has been overlooked in the quest for mobile perfection. These topics are covered more comprehensively on other blogs, so this article is really just a documented process that references those other blogs with a few comments of my own. This will open a browser window wherein you can perform the terminal commands noted in the Rackspace set up documentation and those noted below. But note that our step 4, “Set Base Permissions” is needed after uploading the ExpressionEngine files.

ExpressionEngine deployments on Cloud Sites are a lot easier to manage with their web-based tools, whereas the Cloud Servers require working in the console.
Compared to the above described process for Rackspace Cloud Servers, installing on Cloud Sites is incredibly easy. It does, however, demand a technical aptitude for configuring Linux that other hosting options do not.
We create high-quality, results-driven websites, content management systems, web applications and mobile apps for leading brands around the world. It is very similar to a Minecraft server, it just has more built in administrative support as well as plugins, user made files that can change the server, which make multiplayer experience easier to manage. There will be a confirmation that you want to copy the files to the Linux system, just click ok and the files will be copied.
Just keep in mind that you should create a directory for it to have all to its self as it will create files as well as folders for the java application to run properly.
This is important to software engineers because it gives them an easy way to stand up a cluster and see their changes right away.
You will need to put your cloud credentials into Juju but that only needs to be done one time. If you find a bug in the code create an issue and reference one or all of us in the issue and we will have a look. The Bukkit server jar file should be copied as well as the JDK .gz file for the java installation should be copied to the Linux server. Making it even easier for people to deploy a cluster from the official Kubernetes repository.
This allows you to deploy a cluster on AWS, juju switch gce and deploy the same cluster on the GCE public cloud using the same kube-up.sh command. It should be noted that Cloud Sites can handle numerous ExpressionEngine websites (or WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, for which this approach would also be valid), so the price may be right if you can get enough websites on the plan. Juju reduces the cost of experimentation on other clouds and lets you focus on the Kubernetes development. On the other hand, Cloud Sites have everything that you need right from the start: Apache and PHP are running, you can create MySQL databases from the web interface, etc.

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