*We just released an update to Galaxy CloudMan.* CloudMan offers an easy
way to get a personal and completely functional instance of Galaxy in the
cloud in just a few minutes, without any manual configuration.

This is mostly an incremental bug fix release with the following summary of


   On AWS, updated *galaxyFS* snapshot (snap-e6e1c04a), which includes the
   June 2, 2014 Galaxy release with the July 30th security fix. All the tools
   installed via the Tool Shed have been updated and a number of new tools
   added, most notably: Tophat2, Bowtie2, FastQC, several FASTQ manipulation
   tools, several QC tools.

   For AWS, added support for VPC

   For OpenStack clouds, added the ability to automatically recover worker
   instances on cluster reboot

   Added support for creating a file system based on a downloadable archive

   Do not run Galaxy with multiple processes by default. This is because
   Tool Shed installs do not work properly in the multi-process mode. This
   feature can be enabled by setting user data option
   configure_multiple_galaxy_processes to True when launching an instance.

   Set SGE slots in each queue to be equal to the number of cores on the

   Set instance IP in the Galaxy's FTP data upload tool message

   Added support for Nginx v1.4 and allow it (with the PAM module) to used
   as the authentication mechanism when accessing Galaxy Reports app

   Fixed cluster deletion when performed via the API

   No longer automatically start Hadoop and HTCondor services

   On manually-invoked instance reboots, do not increment the instance
   reboot count that otherwise eventually leads to instance termination

   Limit the size of the log message buffer used in the UI to 1000 lines.
   Long-running instances had issues with this log growing large and that led
   to poor UI performance. The complete log is still available from the Admin
   page (or the command line).

   Automatically delete the bucket/container for Test type (*ie*, 'SGE
   only') clusters on cluster termination

For complete details on implemented changes, please see the source code
commits <https://bitbucket.org/galaxy/cloudman/commits/all?search=835%3A903>

Enjoy and please let us know what you think,
Enis & Dannon & The Galaxy Team
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