Provision a VM with Cloud Image and Cloud-init

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The cloud image is a standard release for many of the Linux distributions. Thanks to cloud-init, we can uniformly provision and customize a VM quickly for different flavors of Linux in a standard way.

Take an example of a Ubuntu cloud image with KVM.

1. Get the latest cloud image

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