TurnKey Linux launches private beta of TurnKey Hub, a new simplified cloud deployment service

Posted by liraz on Jun 6, 2010 3:00 PM EST
TurnKey Hub; By Liraz Siri
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TurnKey Linux has launched a private beta of the TurnKey Hub, a service that makes it easy to launch and manage the open source project's Ubuntu-based virtual appliances in the Amazon EC2 cloud.

To learn more, try the demo and sign up for an invite:

https://hub.turnkeylinux.org/

TurnKey Linux has launched a private beta of the TurnKey Hub, a service that makes it easy to launch and manage the open source project's Ubuntu-based virtual appliances in the Amazon EC2 cloud.

To learn more, try the demo and sign up for an invite:

https://hub.turnkeylinux.org/

According to the developers, support for additional cloud platforms, as well as automatic backup and migration functionality is in the works:

"Imagine being able to develop your site on a locally running appliance (e.g., running in VirtualBox or VMWare). Then, when you're ready you can automatically migrate your appliance, with all your customizations to a cloud hosting provider of your choice."

About TurnKey Linux

Turnkey Linux is an open source project developing a free virtual appliance library that features the very best server-oriented open source software. Each virtual appliance is optimized for ease of use and can be deployed in just a few minutes on bare metal, a virtual machine and in the cloud.

TurnKey Linux appliances are built from the ground up with the minimum components needed to serve their role with maximum efficiency and security. Multiple package formats are supported including Amazon AMI, VMDK virtual appliance with OVF support, and an installable live CD ISO.

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