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From Chiradeep Vittal <>
Subject Re: CS 4 Trial - Could not find corresponding resource manager for VMware
Date Mon, 15 Oct 2012 08:28:22 GMT
Yes, you are mistaken.

Hypervisors and network resources that require 3rd party SDK jars that are
not ASL-friendly are not built by default since it requires linking
against non-OSS jars. The code for these resources are separated into the
relevant plugins/ folder. If you download the non-OSS jars (for e.g., from
[1]) and put them in the deps folder, you should be able to follow the
non-OSS build directions in [2] and build from the source release.
You could also download pre-built binaries from [3]

Once the release gets voted, convenience binaries including the non-oss
bits will be made available.


On 10/15/12 12:00 AM, "" <> wrote:

>May i add regards the VMWARE issues that cloud stack openly
>publish's that it supports VMWARE.
>if you have to pay for support from
>Citrix, then you could at least state that in the docs and remove public
>support of VMware as it appears to be a misleading and false
>_"Apache CloudStack is open source software written in java
>that is designed to deploy and manage large networks of virtual
>machines, as a highly available, scalable cloud computing platform.
>CloudStack current supports the most popular hypervisors VMWARE, Oracle
>VM, KVM, XenServer and Xen Cloud Platform. CloudStack offers three ways
>to manage cloud computing environments: a easy-to-use web interface,
>command line and a full-featured RESTful API."_
>Please anyone feel free
>to correct me ASAP! ???
>Bruce McKenzie
> Cloud

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