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From Daan Hoogland <>
Subject Re: [ANNOUNCE] Apache CloudStack 4.3.0 Released
Date Wed, 26 Mar 2014 13:48:02 GMT

I am not sure I understand your question correctly but I think the
answer is no! You should make your yum can find the package yourself.
I don't think ACS is packaged in any rpm repo.

On Wed, Mar 26, 2014 at 2:40 PM, Hollman Enciso R.
<> wrote:
> will be available in the repositories to update with yum update?
> On Tue, Mar 25, 2014 at 9:05 AM, Chip Childers <>wrote:
>> Announcing Apache CloudStack 4.3.0
>> Tue Mar 25 2014 09:47:06 GMT-0400 (EDT)
>> Flexible, scalable, Open Source Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) used
>> by organizations such as Zynga, Datapipe, and ISWest, among others, for
>> creating, managing, and deploying public, private, and hybrid Cloud
>> Computing environments
>> Forest Hill, MD --25 March 2014-- The Apache Software Foundation (ASF),
>> the all-volunteer developers, stewards, and incubators of more than 170
>> Open Source projects and initiatives, today announced Apache CloudStack
>> v4.3, the latest feature release of the CloudStack cloud orchestration
>> platform.
>> Apache CloudStack is an integrated Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS)
>> software platform that allows users to build feature-rich public,
>> private, and hybrid cloud environments. CloudStack includes an intuitive
>> user interface and rich APIs for managing the compute, networking,
>> software, and storage infrastructure resources. CloudStack became an
>> Apache Top-level Project (TLP) in March 2013. "We are proud to announce
>> CloudStack v4.3," said Hugo Trippaers, Vice President of Apache
>> CloudStack. "This release represents over six months of work from the
>> Apache CloudStack community with many new and improved features."
>> Under The Hood
>> CloudStack V4.3 is the next feature release of the 4.x line which first
>> released on November 6, 2012. Some of the noteworthy new and improved
>> features include:
>> - Support for Microsoft Hyper-V - Apache CloudStack can now manage Hyper-V
>>   hypervisors in addition to KVM, XenServer, VMware, LXC, and Bare Metal
>> - Juniper OpenContrail integration - OpenContrail is a software defined
>>   networking controller from Juniper that CloudStack now integrates with
>>   to provide SDN services
>> - SSL Termination support for guest VMs - Apache CloudStack can configure
>>   and manage SSL termination in certain load balancer devices
>> - Palo Alto Firewall integration - Apache CloudStack can now manage and
>>   configure Palo Alto firewalls
>> - Remote access VPN for VPC networks - CloudStack's remote access VPN is
>>   now available for Virtual Private Cloud networks
>> - Site to Site VPN between VRs - CloudStack now allows site-to-site VPN
>>   connectivity to it's virtual routing devices. This permits your cloud
>>   computing environment to appear as a natural extension of your local
>>   network, or for you to easily interconnect multiple environments
>> - VXLAN support expansion to include KVM - CloudStack's support for
>>   integrating VXLAN, the network virtualization technology that attempts
>>   to ameliorate scalability problems with traditional networking
>> - SolidFire plugin extension to support KVM and hypervisor snapshots for
>>   XenServer and ESX - SolidFire provides guaranteed Storage Quality of
>>   Service at the Virtual Machine level
>> - Dynamic Compute offering - CloudStack now has the ability to dynamically
>>   scale the resources assigned to a running virtual machine instance for
>>   those hypervisors which support it
>> Downloads and Documentation
>> The official source code for the v4.3 release, as well as individual
>> contributors' convenience binaries, can be downloaded from the Apache
>> CloudStack downloads page at
>> The CloudStack 4.2 release includes over 110 issues from 4.2.0 and
>> 4.2.1, including fixes for object storage support, documentation, and
>> more. A full list of corrected issues and upgrade instructions are
>> available in the Release Notes
>> Official installation, administration, and API documentation for each
>> release is available at
>> Apache CloudStack in Action
>> Join members of the Apache CloudStack community at the CloudStack
>> Collaboration Conference, taking place 9-11 April 2014 immediately
>> following ApacheCon. For more information, visit
>> Availability and Oversight
>> As with all Apache products, Apache CloudStack v4.3 is released under
>> the Apache License v2.0, and is overseen by a self-selected team of
>> active contributors to the project. A Project Management Committee (PMC)
>> guides the Project's day-to-day operations, including community
>> development and product releases. For documentation and ways to become
>> involved with Apache CloudStack, visit
>> About The Apache Software Foundation (ASF)
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>> hundred and seventy leading Open Source projects, including Apache HTTP
>> Server --the world's most popular Web server software. Through the ASF's
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> --
> Hollman Eduardo Enciso R.
> @hollman


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