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Testing Fedora 20 Beta Cloud AMIs

Gluster
2013-10-17

Doing much work in the cloud? If so, I’d encourage you to take a few minutes to spin up the latest beta test candidate cloud image for Fedora 20. (This is not the final beta release, this is a candidate for the beta release that’s coming shortly.)

You can grab the images for x86_64 or i386. If you’re using Amazon Web Services (AWS) it’s even easier, as all you need to do is use the AMI IDs:

ami-e7a1f38e : us-east-1 image for x86_64
ami-6ba6f402 : us-east-1 image for i386

See Matthew Miller’s note to the Fedora Cloud mailing list for more info on the test cases and the changes to cloud-init for this release.

Note that I spun these up as well and didn’t run into any real issues. The more the merrier, though!

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