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A Preview of the New Mu...

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. These will work in a similar way to the unix groups: users will have a primary group, and optionally sev...

Carlos Martín September 9th, 2013
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Screencasts – Ope...

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 new virtual machines easily. They just have to select one of the availa...

Carlos Martín July 31st, 2013
Blog, Outreach

OpenNebula at LinuxTag ...

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!

Carlos Martín May 24th, 2013
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A Preview of the New Sc...

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. In this post I will focus on the Scheduler related features. S...

Carlos Martín February 20th, 2013
Blog, Outreach

OpenNebula at LinuxCon ...

Last Monday we were at LinuxCon Europe, held in the beautiful city of Barcelona. Rubén gave a talk about building IaaS clouds and the art of virtual machine management, while he created a small OpenNebula private cloud in his laptop from scratch. He even had time to import a couple of images from the Marketplace, and boot them. We would like to thank the Linux Foundation for the inv...

Carlos Martín November 8th, 2012
Blog, Outreach

OpenNebula at CloudOpen...

Yesterday we gave a presentation at CloudOpen, an event co-located with LinuxCon in San Diego, US. After a demo of the different web and cloud interfaces that OpenNebula offers, we talked about the advanced features that allow the creation of complex scenarios, and about OpenNebula's unique capabilities to be customized to the cloud provider's specific needs. It was great to finally meet in person some users and contributors from our...

Carlos Martín August 30th, 2012
Blog, Project

OpenNebula 3.6 Sunstone...

We already posted the main features of OpenNebula 3.6 Beta, which are of course fully supported by Sunstone. But we have been working also on the Sunstone visual appeal, and we will keep polishing the interface for the final release. Here are some preview screenshots: New Dashboard Similar dashboard for Clusters Marketplace Integration Host Monitorization Graphs User Q...

Carlos Martín June 26th, 2012
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OpenNebula Demo Cloud U...

The OpenNebula Cloud offers a virtual computing environment accessible through two different remote cloud interfaces, OCCI and EC2, and two different web interfaces: Sunstone for cloud administrators, and SelfService for cloud consumers. These interfaces access the same infrastructure, i.e. resources created by any of the mentioned methods will be instantly available on the others. For instance, you can crea...

Carlos Martín June 26th, 2012
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