Today I want to introduce my new project Cloud42, an Open Source management framework for Cloud Computing with Amazon EC2.
This is not intended to be a dumb advertisement. Instead, the main cause for this post here is that Cloud42 is very interesting for developers and therefore can be of value for you, too.
Cloud42 is a web application written in Java. It provides both a AJAX-enabled GUI and an extensive Web service interface, allowing you to invoke its functionalities from your own application or from within BPEL processes.
Besides the basic functionalities like starting, stopping and monitoring EC2 AMI instances, Cloud42 offers some enhanced functions like transferring files and bundling new AMIs. Furthermore, it is possible to control your instances remotely by sending arbitrary commands through the Web service interface (or by using the GUI). A notification mechanism following the publish/subscribe pattern allows you to subscribe any endpoint to events that occur on an AMI instance.
This sounds interesting? Then visit the website at cloud42.net!
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