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This scraper enables you to retrieve Ubuntu image ID(s) available on various public clouds. Ubuntu is a complete Linux operating system, freely available with both community and professional support.
No credit card required
Filters images for specific cloud provider (i.e. Amazon AWS)
"Amazon AWS", "Oracle Cloud Platform", "Joyent", "Google Compute Engine", "Microsoft Azure", "Amazon GovCloud", "Amazon AWS China", "Any"
Zone ~ group of data-centers (i.e. us-east-1)
Ubuntu friendly name (i.e. focal)
Ubuntu version (i.e. 20.04)
Processor architecture (i.e. amd64)
Instance type depending on cloud provider (i.e. hvm-ssd)
Ubuntu release (i.e. 20200729). Keep any to get latest
Image ID. Keep any for most cases.
Number of images to be fetched. (sorted from latest to oldest)
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