Release: CMD-OS-1.0.0

Description
CMD-OS 1.0.0 (CMD for OpenStack) is the first release of the Cloud Middleware Distribution, targeted for use with OpenStack Mitaka.
It contains packages for Ubuntu Trusty (Ubuntu 14) and CentOS7. Ubuntu Trusty packages are compatible also with Ubuntu Xenial (Ubuntu 16), so the Ubuntu Trusty repository can be used under Xenial as well.

Contact Info
For further information about the distribution, its goals and surrounding processes, and more information about how to engage as a Technology Provider with EGI, please send an Email to: cto (at) egi.eu.

Technical Contact Info
For any bugs and issues you encounter that are not described in the release notes of this release, or the related documentation provided by the Technology Providers, please visit the EGI Helpdesk (https://ggus.eu/) to make a report.

Release Notes
This release contains the following products for CentOS7 and Ubuntu Trusty/Xenial:

  • Keystone-VOMS 9.0.3
  • ooi 0.3.2
  • gridsite 2.3.3
  • Cloud BDII Information provider 0.6.12

Additional Details
https://wiki.egi.eu/wiki/CMD-OS-1:CMD-OS-1.0.0

Installation Notes
All products in CMD-OS 1.0.0 were verified against EGI's current Quality Criteria. Installation and configuration notes are available in the EGI repository.

Known Issues
Please visit https://wiki.egi.eu/wiki/CMD-OS-1:CMD-OS-1.0.0 for known issues.

Change Log
This release contains the following products: Keystone-VOMS 9.0.3, ooi 0.3.2,
gridsite 2.3.3, Cloud BDII Information provider 0.6.12.

Repository URL
http://repository.egi.eu/sw/production/cmd-os/1

CMD-OS-1.0.0 Products
ProductPlatforms SupportedProvided By
keystone-voms 9.0.3centos7/x86_64, ubuntu-trusty/amd64IFCA
occi 0.3.2centos7/x86_64, ubuntu-trusty/amd64IFCA
GridSite 2.3.3centos7/x86_64, ubuntu-trusty/amd64CESNET
cmd-release 1.0.1centos7/x86_64UMD
cmd-release 1.0.0ubuntu-trusty/amd64UMD
bdii-infoprovider 0.6.12centos7/x86_64, ubuntu-trusty/amd64INFOPROVIDER
Canl 2.2.7centos7/x86_64CESNET
gSOAP 2.8.16centos7/x86_64EPEL

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