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A New Version of the Knife-Cloudstack Plugin

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A New Version of the Knife-Cloudstack Plugin

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Curator's Note: The content of this article was originally written by David over at the Build a Cloud  blog.

A new version of the knife-cloudstack plugin has appeared (v0.0.14), and seems pretty much on time - averaging about 6 months now between releases.

This release, Sander Botman from Schuberg Philis really stepped up and lead the way in the 15 newly added capabilities, along with handling tons of pull requests for bugfixes and updating functionality. You can check out the complete list of new awesomeness here.

If you are a chef user, you should really check out knife-cloudstack, you can download the source from:
https://github.com/CloudStack-extras/knife-cloudstack

Or just install it with:

gem install knife-cloudstack

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