Ubuntu Advantage Landscape
Landscape's intuitive interface.
Because Landscape can interface to either Amazon or Ubuntu Cloud Infrastructure, you can easily run the same machine images in either a public or a private cloud. So whether you prefer to deploy in Amazon's cloud environment or create your own computing space with Ubuntu Cloud, Landscape is the only management tool you need.
- Configure, start, stop and update instances on a private Ubuntu Cloud Infrastructure deployment, as well as Ubuntu Cloud Guests on the Amazon EC2 public cloud
- View cloud topology to better manage your systems and efficiently manage your network
- Configure availability zones and securely store access keys for private or public clouds
- Configure and snapshot Elastic Block Storage (EBS) on Amazon EC2
- Allocate your elastic IP addresses
Use Landscape to register a new cloud image on Amazon EC2
In the screenshots above we are using Landscape to register a new cloud image on Amazon EC2 in the European zone. You enter the name, zone and security keys and then in the next screen choose system size, images and resources.