Getting Started

Start by installing juju on a server:

matthew@wolfram~$: sudo apt-get install juju

Next, you must bootstrap the system, configuring it to use either a cloud resource, like Amazon Web Services or EC2 or your local environment (if you are using a local machine for development and testing). The specific information you enter here will differ, but the initial command is always the same:

matthew@wolfram~$: juju bootstrap

The first time this is run, it creates a file, ~/.juju/environments/yaml, which looks something like the following:

default: sampleenvironments:  sample:    type: ec2    control-bucket: juju-faefb490d69a41f0a3616a4808e0766b    admin-secret: 81a1e7429e6847c4941fda7591246594    default-series: precise    juju-origin: ...

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