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Smashing a square peg into a round hole: Automagically building and configuring

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Uploaded on Jan 19, 2012

Smashing a square peg into a round hole: Automagically building and configuring Linux systems that are wildly different.

David Basden and Chris Collins

Abstract

You can't walk two metres down the street without someone going on about how cool and hip The Cloud is these days, being able to spin up hundreds of identical Linux VMs easily. Even if you're running your own cloud hardware, tools to build and configure lots of identical systems or VMs are a dime a dozen.

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