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What is a ServerTemplate?
ServerTemplates allow you to pre-configure servers by starting from a base image and adding scripts that run during the boot, operational, and shutdown phases. A ServerTemplate is a description of how a new instance will be configured when it is provisioned by your cloud provider. [test]

View MultiCloud Marketplace
Go to the (Design -> MultiCloud Marketplace) to find a variety of different ServerTemplates that have already been published by RightScale, ISV Partners, and others. For example, you'll find ServerTemplates for building servers that satisfy common server roles such as a PHP FrontEnd, Rails AppServer, MySQL EBS server, etc. Simply find the ones that are relevant for your application and either import or subscribe to them to add copies of them to your 'Local' collection. Use them as-is or clone them to create editable copies that you can customize for your own purposes. Watch our ServerTemplates Video for a better understanding of how ServerTemplates can be used to launch servers in the cloud.

Getting Started with ServerTemplates
To see how easy it is to launch a server with ServerTemplates, check out the LAMP All-In-One Wordpress Trial tutorial which launches a Mephisto Blog on an EC2 instance in less than 10 minutes.

Action Buttons

  • New - Create a new ServerTemplate from scratch. You will need to specify a cloud when you create a new ServerTemplate, but later you can add additional clouds under the Clouds tab.
  • Diff - Perform a diff by comparing two existing ServerTemplates.
  • Merge - Merge the differences between two ServerTemplates.
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