Entries by Daniel Molina

Upcoming TechDays in 2015

Besides our annual OpenNebula Conference, we are planning to organize Technology Day events in multiple cities globally during 2015. The OpenNebula TechDays are full day events to learn about OpenNebula with a hands-on cloud installation and operation workshop, and presentations from community members and users that will focus on: Sharing cloud use cases and deployment […]

Get the Best Price on OpenNebulaConf 2015

Now that we’re solidly in 2015, it’s a great time to start thinking about the technical events you want to attend this year. OpenNebulaConf 2015 is a great opportunity to share experiences and meet people with expertise and interest in OpenNebula.   OpenNebula Conferences serve as a meeting point of cloud users, developers, administrators, integrators and researchers, […]

Sponsorship Opportunities for OpenNebulaConf 2015

Last year, we launched the second OpenNebula Conf in Berlin, Germany. We could welcome an international audience of people from 12 different countries, had experts from companies like CentOS, Runtastic, Puppet Labs, Cloudweavers, RedHat, Deutsche Post and could offer three fully packed days of tutorials, workshops and talks about OpenNebula to our guests.   What you should […]

4.12 Features: SPICE Support in Sunstone

In addition to the well known VNC support in Sunstone, OpenNebula 4.12 will include support to interact with Virtual Machines using the SPICE protocol. This feature can be enabled for any Virtual Machine just checking the option in the input/output section of the Template creation form. This feature uses the SPICE HTML5 client, there is some functionality […]

AppMarket 2.0.2 Released!

We are pleased pleased to announce a new maintenance release of AppMarket. Release 2.0.2 solves issues reported by the community and has been verified to work with OpenNebula 4.8. This release is part of the AppMarket 2.0.x series, which extended the AppMarket functionality by adding a new set of features that enables the management and processing of […]

AppMarket 2.0 RC (1.9.85)

The OpenNebula team is pleased to announce the release candidate of AppMarket 2.0. In addition to the features included in the previous beta release, this version features a new simplified import dialog and fixes minor bugs reported by the community. Also, AppMarket Worker has been extended to support other OVF versions. This new version can be downloaded from the OpenNebula download […]

AppMarket 2.0 Beta (1.9.80)

February 3rd, 2014. The OpenNebula team is pleased to announce a beta release of AppMarket 2.0. This release includes important features that are a direct result of feedback from production deployments. This release extends the AppMarket functionality by adding a new set of features that enables the management and processing of OVA files. A new component AppMarket […]

OpenNebula 4.4: Enhanced Amazon EC2 API Implementation

This is the fourth 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 new multiple datastore system with storage load balancing, the enhanced cloud bursting to Amazon features and the multiple groups functionality. In OpenNebula 4.4 we have enhanced the Amazon EC2 API implementation […]

Back from ISC Cloud’13

Last week, we participated in the 2013 edition of ISC Cloud. The event addressed currently popular topics such as High Performance Computing (HPC) as a service, industrial and scientific application software in the Cloud, new software licence models, security in the Cloud, computing power and data protection. The event started with a very successful hands […]

OpenNebulaApps 4.0 Beta Is Out for Testing

This is the official announcement of OpenNebulaApps 4.0 Beta, a suite of tools for users and administrators of OpenNebula clouds to simplify and optimize multi-tiered application management. This new OpenNebulaApps release is fully integrated with the new OpenNebula 4.0, including tabs for the new Sunstone views. Download the OpenNebula package Configuring and using OpenNebula Apps […]