Next week we will be at the EGI Community Forum 2014 in Helsinki, Finland. On Thursday you will have the chance to gain insight about high performance computing OpenNebula clouds. The workshop, titled “OpenNebula in Science/HPC and Cloud Federation“, will serve as a meeting point for users, operators, and researchers of OpenNebula clouds in Science and HPC. It […]
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A few days ago we were at the Cloud Expo Europe 2014 event in London. As part of the Open Cloud Forum sessions about open source cloud solutions, there was an OpenNebula tutorial. Now, this is a hands-on tutorial where attendees are supposed to follow the slides and build their own small OpenNebula installation in […]
We are happy to announce that next February 27 we will be giving a tutorial at the Open Cloud Forum event, that will take place at Cloud Expo Europe 2014, London. This hands-on tutorial will give an overview of how OpenNebula is used to build and operate private clouds. The target audience is devops and system […]
This is the third entry in a blog post series explaining how to make the most out of your OpenNebula 4.4 cloud. In previous posts we explained the enhanced cloud bursting to Amazon features and the multiple groups functionality. OpenNebula supports different storage backends. You can even create VMs that use disks from several backend technologies at […]
What an interesting week we’ve had at EGI TF and the Cloud Interoperability Week! We had the opportunity to meet old friends, shake hands with users that we only knew by email, and also had the chance to thank some of our community contributors personally. Most of the people we spoke with were already OpenNebula […]
Next week we will be busy at the EGI Technical Forum & Cloud Interoperability Week events in Madrid, Spain. If you are attending, make sure you don’t miss these presentations: Ignacio Llorente, our project leader, will give a keynote presentation on Tuesday, 17. Bringing Private Cloud Computing to HPC and Science: Present and Future Daniel Molina […]
OpenNebula has a very flexible approach to user and resource management. You can organize your users in groups or VDCs, allow them to manage their own resouces with permissions, restrict how much resources users or groups can consume, or implement intricate use cases with ACL rules. For OpenNebula 4.4. we will also introduce secondary groups. […]
Here are three short screencasts that give an overview of some of the new features introduced in OpenNebula 4.2 from the user’s perspective. Enjoy! Sunstone Self-Service Cloud View The Cloud view is one of the configurable Sunstone views. This simplified view is intended for cloud consumers that just require a portal where they can provision […]
Last Wednesday we participated in the 2013 edition of LinuxTag in Berlin, Germany. It was a great opportunity to chat about OpenNebula, cloud, and free software. If you missed our presentation, you can get the slides here: LinuxTag 2013 from opennebula See you next year!
We are working hard developing new features and overall improvements for OpenNebula 4.0. Before the new Sunstone eye-candy is revealed and steals all the attention, we wanted to share some of the other features, those small pieces that won’t wow anyone, but combined together make OpenNebula the best option when it comes to integration capabilities. […]