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I have installed MAAS server on Ubuntu 12.04. Now I want to know that whether it is possible to deploy non-linux ISO images on MAAS server.

As Ubuntu Images are working; we can make it useful for non-tux people.

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I assume the elephant in the room is an MS operating system? – jackweirdy Sep 6 '12 at 13:31… – Mateo Oct 1 '14 at 1:01

Probably you want non-linux virtual machines on top of OpenStack.

Remember MAAS handles the hardware and is a Ubuntu solution. Once you have MAAS you install JUJU for orchestration and building of OpenStack. OpenStack + the hypervisor of your choice (KVM i.e.) make it feasible to install VMs similar to VMware. Of course you could use SaaS (Service as a Service) instead of VMs.

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I'm sorry to say that is currently not supported and also not in scope for the foreseeable future.

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