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Fedora 32 Cloud Base images

Fedora Cloud Base images are for creating general purpose virtual machines (VMs). You can use the Qcow 2 image for use with Openstack or the compressed raw image. If you are not sure what to use, try the raw image.

Cloud Base raw

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Cloud Base qcow2

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Fedora 32 Cloud Base Images for Vagrant

These images are Vagrant Boxes images for deployment using Vagrant. If you're using Vagrant on Mac OS X or Windows, the VirtualBox image is likely the image you'll want to use. If you're using Vagrant on Fedora, use the libvirt/KVM image.

VirtualBox image

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libvirt/KVM image

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Fedora 32 Cloud Base Images for Amazon Public Cloud

The links below will provide you listings of available AMIs by region with buttons to launch them in your Amazon Web Services account. AMI IDs for usage with the AWS Console or command-line tools are also provided.

All images are available in two formats: a GP2 format which uses faster SSD storage, and a standard format which is more suitable if you have infrequently accessed data and you want to keep storage cost low.

If you know you need a paravirtual format image for EC2, use the Paravirtual (PV) format. If you're unsure which image to choose, use the Hardware Virtual Machine (HVM) format. It can provide the same or better performance than PV images.


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arm64 AMIs

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Standard HVM AMIs

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Support Resources


A wiki page with information about Fedora Cloud and its images is available here.


Users and developers are also available on the mailing list at cloud@lists.fedoraproject.org.


Users and developers are available in the #fedora-cloud IRC channel on irc.freenode.org for real-time chat.