The 14th of May we are organizing a TechDay in Sofia, Bulgaria in collaboration with our friends from Storpool.

 

 

 

This event is a great chance to meet and share knowledge among cloud enthusiasts.

As usual we will have a hands-on tutorial in the morning and some talks in the afternoon:

10:00 – 13:00: Hands-on Tutorial

Diego del Corral

OpenNebula Developer

This hands-on tutorial will give an overview of how OpenNebula is used to build and operate private clouds. The attendees will build, configure and operate their own OpenNebula cloud.

14:00 – 14:20: StorPool and OpenNebula

Transforming the private cloud  in 2018.

Boyan Krosnov

Chief of Product of StorPool

This session will include an update from StorPool, in terms of new features in OpenNebula and the StorPool-OpenNebula integration.

We will also provide examples of what kinds of workloads we see our customers run on StorPool/OpenNebula and the typical implementation for each use-case.
14:20 – 14:40: A glance at OpenNebula 5.6.

Ruben S.Montero

Chief Architect at OpenNebula

This talk will be all about OpenNebula 5.6. and its main changes and new features.

 

14:40 – 15:00Success Story: How Inoreader Migrated From Bare-metal Servers to OpenNebula + StorPool

Yordan Yordanov

CEO Innologica/Inoreader

Yordan has more than a decade of experience working with scalable enterprise systems, especially in the Telco segment. In 2013 he founded the company called Innologica with the mission of developing Next-Gen OSS and BSS solutions. Yordan started a side project called Inoreader back then, which quickly turned into a leading platform for content consumption and is now a core product of the company.

15:00 – 18:00:  Open Space

This is a session for attendees to gather and discuss passionate questions, burning ideas, features, integrations or any topic of their choice, in an informal and tech-friendly environment, with other passionate and interested people.

Make sure you register soon as the seats are almost gone! There will be a live stream of the event so stay tuned for more information.

See you in Sofia!

 

We want to let you know that OpenNebula Systems has just announced the availability of vOneCloud version 3.0.6.

vOneCloud 3.0.6 is based in OpenNebula 5.4.10 and as such it includes all the bug fixes and functionalities introduced in 5.4.10: OpenNebula 5.4.10 Release Notes.

vOneCloud 3.0.6 is a maintenance release with the following bugfixes:

  • VM instantiate disk size missing MB/GB selector.
  • Updateconf action does not substitute context attributes.
  • VM cannot be assigned to vmgroup/roles in firefox.
  • Inconsistency between CPU and vCPU values.
  • Broken VMGroup update.
  • VM log doesn’t escape markup characters.
  • Error deleting last snapshot of a persistent VM.
  • Tokens should not be used to authenticate with external drivers.
  • Prevent users to remove VM_RESTRICTED_ATTR fields.
  • Ubuntu 14.04 gem mysql2 install failure.
  • Fix update VM configuration with restricted attributes.

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Interested in knowing more about OpenNebula on VMware?

In a few weeks, we are organizing out first Cloud TechDay focused on using OpenNebula on VMware environments. Join our technical experts from OpenNebula by OpenNebula Systems for a hands-on workshop on cloud installation and operation on VMware. You’ll get a comprehensive overview of OpenNebula and will be equipped with the skills to take this back to your company and implement right away.

OpenNebula is intended for companies willing to create a self-service cloud environment on top of their VMware infrastructure without having to abandon their investment in VMware and retool the entire stack. OpenNebula exposes a multi-tenant, cloud-like provisioning layer on top of vCenter, including features like virtual data centers, data center federation or hybrid cloud computing to connect in-house vCenter infrastructures with public clouds.

OpenNebula seamlessly integrates with existing vCenter infrastructures to leverage advanced features -such as vMotion, HA or DRS scheduling- provided by the VMware vSphere product family. OpenNebula does not interfere in existing VMware procedures and workflows. Resources like VM, VM templates, datastores and networks can be easily imported from vCenter infrastructures to OpenNebula.

For more information and registration, please visit the TECHDAY CAMBRIDGE, MA web page.

We look forward to your participation!