Who's Using Libcloud?

This page includes a non-exhaustive list of projects, companies and organizations which are using Libcloud.

Projects

Name: mist.io
Website: https://github.com/mistio/mist.io
Description: Mist.io is an open source software and a hosted service that helps you manage and monitor your servers across several cloud from any web device.

Name: Dewpoint
Website: https://github.com/secondstory/dewpoint
Description: A command line tool for cloud computing.

Name: felicity
Website: https://github.com/mig5/felicity
Description: A Python script for performing backups to different clouds.

Name: Frigg
Website: https://github.com/mig5/frigg
Description: Script for provisioning a server and installing Aegir on it.

Name: fusefs-cloudstorage
Website: https://github.com/novel/fusefs-cloudstorage
Description: FUSE-based filesystem for accessing cloud storage such as Rackspace CloudFiles and Amazon S3.

Name: Kraftwerk
Website: https://github.com/jokull/kraftwerk
Description: Command line utility that enables easier deployment and commissioning of cloud servers.

Name: lc-tools
Website: http://novel.github.com/lc-tools/
Description: A set of command line tools for controlling various clouds.

Name: OOI Cyberinfrastructure
Website: http://ci.oceanobservatories.org/
Description: Interfacing with a wide variety of software packages and computational resource providers.

Name: overmind
Website: https://github.com/tobami/overmind
Description: A complete server provisioning and configuration management application.

Name: rackspace-monitoring
Website: https://github.com/racker/rackspace-monitoring
Description: Library for Rackspace Cloud Monitoring API built on the libcloud framework.

Name: rocket
Website: https://github.com/ssimasanti/rockets
Description: Cloud server management tool using fabric, libcloud and Django CLI.

Name: Silver Lining
Website: http://cloudsilverlining.org/
Description: Application for painless and simple deployment of Python and PHP applications to the Ubuntu based cloud servers.

Name: madelon
Website: https://github.com/mig5/madelon
Description: libcloud-api wrapper to provision a server & run puppet manifests on it.
Source code: https://github.com/mig5/madelon

Name: CeleryManagement
Website: http://bmbouter.github.com/CeleryManagement/
Description: Allows users to manage and in dynamic mode automatically provision celery works on the cloud.
Source code: https://github.com/bmbouter/CeleryManagement

Name: provision
Website: https://github.com/genforma/provision
Description: Provision enables users to deploy customized nodes, either via shell commands, or as a Python library.
Source code: https://github.com/genforma/provision

Name: Salt Cloud
Website: http://saltstack.org
Description: Salt Cloud is a cloud provisioning system that makes extensive use of libcloud to provision and manage cloud vms. It is primarily used to automate the setup of cloud vms and make them check back into Salt.
Source code: https://github.com/saltstack/salt-cloud

Name: File Syncer
Website: https://file-syncer.readthedocs.org/en/latest/
Description: Python program which synchronizes files from a local directory to one of the cloud object storage providers supported by Libcloud and vice-versa.
Source code: https://github.com/Kami/python-file-syncer/

Name: depot
Website: https://github.com/coderanger/depot
Description: Allows you to manage package repositories in the cloud.
Source code: https://github.com/coderanger/depot

Name: wonton
Website: https://github.com/rackerlabs/wonton
Description: Gevent-based, multithreaded tool for bulk transferring objects from Amazon S3 to Rackspace Cloud Files or vice versa.
Source code: https://github.com/rackerlabs/wonton

Name: fabric-maestro
Website: https://github.com/ehazlett/fabric-maestro
Description: Maestro is a Fabric based toolkit for managing systems. There is also integration with cloud providers via Apache Libcloud.
Source code: https://github.com/ehazlett/fabric-maestro

Name: Nimrod Toolkit
Website: http://www.messagelab.monash.edu.au/Nimrod
Description: A toolkit for scheduling and distributing embarrassingly parallel parameter driven sweeps across heterogeneous compute resources.

Companies and Organizations

Name: Rackspace
Website: http://www.rackspace.com/

Name: SixSq
Website: http://sixsq.com/

Name: CloudControl
Website: https://www.cloudcontrol.com/

Name: mist.io
Website: https://mist.io

Name: Cloudkick
Website: https://www.cloudkick.com
Reference: Announcing libcloud

Name: GlobalRoute
Website: http://globalroute.net/

Name: Server Density
Website: http://www.serverdensity.com/
Reference: Using vCloud and Amazon CloudWatch with libcloud

Name: CollabNet
Website: http://www.collab.net/
Reference: CollabNet Automates Build, Test And DevOps In The Cloud With New Version Of CollabNet Lab Management

Name: Salt Stack
Website: http://saltstack.com/

Name: Monash eScience and Grid Engineering Laboratory
Website: http://www.messagelab.monash.edu.au

Name: Scalr
Website: http://www.scalr.com/

Name: DivvyCloud
Website: http://www.divvycloud.com/

Not Listed?

If you or someone you know is using Libcloud, but is not listed on this page, please let us know.