Updated on 11/10/2016
CloudEndure installation on Linux (Azure)
Before installation
  • Make sure you have Python installed on the machine (version 2.4-2.7)
  • CloudEndure was tested on:
    • SUSE Linux (SLES) 11
    • Debian Linux 8
    • Kali Linux 2.0
    • Ubuntu 12.04, 12.10, 13.04, 13.10, 14.04, 16.04
    • Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 6.0-7.1
    • CentOS 6.0-7.1
    • Oracle Linux 6.0-7.1
     Other versions and flavors of Linux may work, but have not been tested.
  • Only machines using the GRUB bootloader are supported.
  • Note that Azure only supports volumes up to 1 TiB in size. Therefore, CloudEndure will not replicate a volume that is bigger than 1TiB. 
  • CloudEndure replicates whole volumes. In case you choose to replicate a partition, its entire volume will be replicated.
  • When replicating machine from on-premise, CloudEndure currently only attaches at most one private IP address to the replica instance. Additional IP addresses can be allocated and attached using Azure API, CLI or console. 

  • Before installing an agent, make sure that your CloudEndure console Replication Settings tab in the Account page has “Source” set to Generic and “Target” is set to your desired target Azure region.