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Sometimes, you require multiple floating IPs to be attached to a single instance. To do this, multiple NICs must be added to the instance, and then some easy OS level configuration to ensure proper routing to and from the second floating IP. The easiest...
In order to login to AURO instances with putty, the key file you initially downloaded which is in the .pem file format will need to be updated to the .ppk format. Putty only supports .ppk for SSH key authentication. You can download puttygen here: (http:...
Volume storage is much like an external hard drive or storage device, which can be attached and detached to your instances. We offer this in HDD and SSD varieties. For persistent, important data we highly recommend using a Volume. This is separate from th...
Using Object storage in Auro is very easy, and can be done through your Auro control panel. With this you can upload files for storage, or to call via URL. Initially, you will need to create a container, which is akin to a "Folder" where the files are sto...
An SSH key is necessary to access any instances in AURO, and is a very secure way of accessing servers remotely. The SSH key has two parts. The Private key, which you should be very careful of and never give this out to anyone. The Public key is what is a...
Launching instances with a vagrant up command is easy and can be done quite quickly. You will first need vagrant installed, as well as the vagrant openstack plugin. Download and install Vagrant locally here: http://www.vagrantup.com/downloads [http://www...
In order to get your Windows password for instances created in AURO, you will need an SSH key setup. In this environment, the windows administrator password is tied to your SSH key. Your login user will be "Admin". First, create a Windows instance, and ...
In order to setup a loadbalancer, you may proceed as follows using CLI commands: First, you will need to know the name or ID of your subnet. Use neutron subnet-list and use the default internal network provided, or any other subnet you have created. Note...
If you would like to have an instance stopped so you are no longer billed but would still like to keep the instance on hand to bring back up again, you will need to create a snapshot and terminate the instance. From your Cloud Dashboard, when viewing yo...
Ubuntu has just released a very lightweight application deployment system akin to CoreOS called "Ubuntu Core Snappy", which is currently in Alpha. This is a very bare bones instance of Ubuntu running frameworks and applications in a separate and modular e...
The easiest way to install the CLI toolset for Auro is via python and the 'pip' command. This will ensure installation of the latest packages for each CLI client. Ensure that pip is available by running the following commands on the environment you would...
HOW TO MIGRATE INSTANCES FROM THE OLD TO THE NEW ENVIRONMENT. You will first need CLI access to proceed with the migration, specifically to download your snapshot image, so you may upload It once again in the new environment. You can setup CLI and pull y...
A common issue is trying to run an AURO instance using the ext-net network. I this case you may see the following error message come up during launch: ERROR: Failed to launch instance Please try again later [Error: No valid host was found. Exceeded max ...
In order to create clusters of instances running CoreOS and with docker capabilities, you will need to start with a capable CLI instance. Once your CLI is setup to communicate with your Auro project, feel free to follow along to enable the creation of Cor...
Within AURO, you can create your own custom internal network and router. In case you would like to use a different fixed IP subnet than what is provided by default. In the Auro Panel, go to Network > Router. From here add a new router, and name it as you...
Creating a new Compute Instance is quick and easy using the AURO dashboard. In order to make the instance public-facing, there are a couple extra steps which will be outlined in this article. This article will assume you have recently signed up and logged...
Expanding Volume size in AURO is easy and allows you to retain all of your volume data, while expanding the overall storage capacity of your volume. To proceed, feel free to follow along with these steps: 1. Detach the Volume from your instance. This ca...
SSH LOGIN USERNAME The Auro image templates are pre-configured, and as such you will need to use the following usernames in order to access your instances via SSH and your key pair. These usernames are based off the Linux distribution you choose: OS Use...
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