Various resources about CentOS in the Clouds
Cloud Images provided by CentOS
You can find various cloud images provided by CentOS at http://cloud.centos.org.
Amazon web services offers a complete set of infrastructure and application services that enable you to run virtually everything in the cloud: from enterprise applications and big data projects to social games and mobile apps. This page details CentOS images that are available, and how any user can get started with CentOS on AWS.
Resources, guides, hints and tips to setting up and running your own private cloud on CentOS
OpenNebula is a mature and stable cloud software stack that lets you get running quickly and scales from a single node cloud to thousands of physical nodes. It can be used to build a private, public or a hybrid cloud. This guide will help you get started building an OpenNebula cloud on CentOS.
OpenStack is another Cloud Controller layer, this guide will show you how to get started with openstack using RDO, and link to some images you can directly import.
CloudStack is one of the most established Cloud software stacks with a well established userbase. These pages will help you get started, and point out all CloudStack specific content within CentOS.
Docker is a method to easily create lightweight, portable, self-sufficient containers. This page will help you get started and point you to the specific content within CentOS
Tips, Tricks and Management guides
Ansible is a simple to use config management system that you can use to build and manage your cloud instances. This guide presents a brief getting started process.