etcd

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3.4.14

Deployment Offering

Bitnami etcd Stack Virtual Machines

Bitnami Virtual Machines contain a minimal Linux operating system with etcd installed and configured. Using the Bitnami Virtual Machine image requires hypervisor software such as VMware Player or VirtualBox. Both of these hypervisors are available free of charge.

  • Try, test and work with the application in your local environment without installation required
  • Completely isolated environment. A perfect sandbox for your project

Do you want to move to the cloud? Check our Single-Tier assets and Multi-Tier templates.

Additional resources

Bitnami VMs optimized for VMware Cloud on AWS and VMware Cloud Director are available through the VMware Marketplace.

VMware Cloud Marketplace

Download Virtual Machines for Bitnami etcd Stack

3.4.14-0 Checksum
MD5
458a3ba2530ba4f7ee961f596d71cab2
SHA1
5f74c3e3e956f4398ba95cafac0a6bb0c2e145f8
SHA256
e5d04cdd2ac389561643403627a3713ddaa3b76a4c0fd60b75b117605fd8c09c
Other versions
VMDK virtual machines are deprecated. Use them only with KVM and legacy VMware products
Version Arch Size Checksum
etcd 3.4.14-0 64-bit 382 MB show
MD5
039a33f64c842b6e6231a4f1b6464e23
SHA1
149918e9b89305adf4a8ffd041aa91f207d4d753
SHA256
9d40d84cb1ba0e36832d1ea9c8522b54569188c694be9226be4128b9deccb638
Download .VMDK format Download .VMDK format

Credentials

Default Application Login
Username root
Password Created on boot. Follow these instructions to retrieve it
SSH / SFTP / SCP Connection
Username bitnami
Password how to connect to the server through SSH and upload files via SCP