openSUSE Leap 42.1 is now available on Amazon EC2, Google Compute Engine, and Microsoft Azure. Leap has been available on EC2 & GCE since shortly after it release; the Azure release was delayed due to a qemu bug resulting in incorrectly formatted images. These images are maintained by SUSE’s Public Cloud Engineering Team. If you’d like to peek inside, they’re developed on Open Build Service (OBS), in the Cloud:Images project.
Amazon Web Services
For Amazon EC2, openSUSE Leap 42.1 is published for HVM, 64-bit, SSD-Backed instances. If you’re using the web portal, search for ‘leap’ in the openSUSE Community AMIs. If you’re using command line or automated tools, here are the AMI IDs:
|US East (N. Virginia)||us-east-1||ami-67aded0d|
|US West (Oregon)||us-west-2||ami-aa8e9dcb|
|US West (N. California)||us-west-1||ami-2a8ce54a|
|Asia Pacific (Singapore)||ap-southeast-1||ami-da77b6b9|
|Asia Pacific (Tokyo)||ap-northeast-1||ami-4b3a1625|
|Asia Pacific (Sydney)||ap-southeast-2||ami-fa1c4499|
|Asia Pacific (Seoul)||ap-northeast-2||ami-56dd1338|
|South America (São Paulo)||sa-east-1||ami-2c4acf40|
Google Cloud Platform
For Google Compute Engine, select the image “openSUSE Leap 42.1 x86_64” in any region.
If you’re using the classic web portal, openSUSE Leap 42.1 will be on the list of SUSE images when you start a new virtual machine. Through the new portal, just search for “opensuse leap“ From the command line tools, depending on your process, access the Leap images either by the image name, or key attributes:
Have a lot of virtual fun!