*We just released an update to 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 update brings a large number of updates and new features, the most
prominent ones being:*
- Support for OpenStack and OpenNebula cloud middleware, allowing easy
deployment on private, OpenStack or OpenNebula based clouds (see
CloudBioLinux <https://github.com/chapmanb/cloudbiolinux> and
mi-deployment<https://bitbucket.org/afgane/mi-deployment/>projects for
an easy way to deploy CloudMan on any machine image)
- Start your instance via biocloudcentral.org on any supported cloud by
simply filling out a 4-field web form. See this
screencast<http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKu_CbbgEj0> for
an example of using it with the Australian National Research Cloud,
NeCTAR<http://nectar.org.au/research-cloud>
- Support for Amazon Spot instances<http://aws.amazon.com/ec2/spot-instances/>,
giving you an opportunity to reduce cost of running your cluster on AWS
- Ability to mount any S3 bucket as a local file system via the Admin page,
giving you instant and easy file-based access to any of your buckets or
public buckets, such as the 1000genomes<http://aws.amazon.com/datasets/4383>one

*Other notable enhancements and features:*
- Added the ability to disable running of jobs on the master instance (via
the Admin page), allowing you to (1) run a smaller instance type longer for
the same cost and (2) not see the responsiveness of the master instance
degrade with jobs being submitted
- Significantly enhanced the details pane for individual worker nodes on
the main interface, adding support for terminating and restarting
individual nodes
- Added MPI and SMP parallel environments to SGE; do qconf -spl to see the
list and qsub -pe <pe_name> <slots>* *to use it for your cluster jobs
- Removal of data volumes now happens in parallel, shortening the cluster
shutdown time
- Added worker_post_start_script_url and share_string user data options.
See the User Data wiki page
<http://wiki.g2.bx.psu.edu/CloudMan/UserData>for the complete list.
- Added a messaging framework to allow system information to easily and
prominently be shown on the main interface. For example, if an instance was
restarted in the wrong zone for its data volume - an explicit message will
be shown indicating there was an error and what should be done.
- Support for Ubuntu 12.04
- Enhancements to logging by progressively reducing the frequency of log
output as no user interaction takes place and also introduced log rotation


This update comes as a result of 113 code changesets; for a complete list
of changes, see the commit
messages<https://bitbucket.org/galaxy/cloudman/changesets/tip/151%3A263>
.

Any new cluster will automatically start using this version of CloudMan.
Existing clusters will be given an option to do an automatic update once
the main interface page is refreshed.
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