Blog, Outreach

OpenNebula Visits the B...

Last week I had the opportunity to introduce OpenNebula to the Berlin Linux User Group (BeLUG). BeLUG is an association for the defense and promotion of Free Software. They meet regularly and hold presentation of open-source related projects and technologies, as well as helping both experienced and recent Linux users to solve their problems and make a better use of Linux. It was a pleasure to introduce OpenNebula and discuss with BeLUG members about many of its feature...

Héctor Sanjuán December 4th, 2012
Blog, Outreach

OpenNebula at FrOSCon 2012

OpenNebula participated last 25th of August in the 7th edition of FrOSCon, the Free and Open Source Software Conference which took place in the University of Applied Sciences Bonn-Rhein-Sieg, Germany. We had the chance to introduce the OpenNebula architectur...

Héctor Sanjuán August 27th, 2012
Blog, Project

Call for Translations f...

As OpenNebula 3.6 comes closer (scheduled for July 9th), we would like to launch a call for translations of our web-based user interfaces: Sunstone and Self-Service. The existing translations can be updated and new translations submitted through our project site at Transifex (https://www.transifex.com/projects/p/one/). The process is v...

Héctor Sanjuán June 27th, 2012
Blog, Outreach

OpenNebula at the RootC...

Last Saturday I had the chance to introduce OpenNebula at the RootCamp Berlin. RootCamp Berlin is a bar-camp in which several participants meet and agree to hold presentations on several topics of their choice. This was the first edition of the RootCamp, and it ran under the wing of the LinuxTag 2012, the leading open-source eve...

Héctor Sanjuán May 29th, 2012
Blog, Outreach

OpenNebula at LinuxTag ...

Last wednesday OpenNebula participated the the LinuxTag conference, which is currently being held in Berlin, Germany. LinuxTag is one of the leading open source conferences in Europe and we had the chance to introduce OpenNebula to the public, explaining most of its features for cloud providers, integrators, and cloud consumers. Additionally we had a look to the current state of the project and the upcoming feature...

Héctor Sanjuán May 25th, 2012
Blog, Community

Adding French language ...

We recently received new langauge contributions for OpenNebula Self-Service, our end-user web interfaces: fr_FR and fr_CA. As happy as we are to receive these contributions, it was too late to include them in the official OpenNebula 3.4 release. But that's not a problem. In this post we will briefly explain how to install a new language in OpenNebula Sunstone and Self-Ser...

Héctor Sanjuán April 12th, 2012
Blog, Project

OpenNebula Self-Service...

OpenNebula 3.2 will be released in a few days. Along with other major features, it will include a new easy-to-use web-based end-user interface: OpenNebula Self-Service. This new GUI will complement the existing GUIs for the operation of the cloud (OpenNebula Sunstone) and for the management of multiple zones and virtual data centers (OpenNebula Zones ). OpenNebula Self-Service is meant to offer a simplified interface to end-users of  the OpenNebula cloud. Self-Service work...

Héctor Sanjuán January 4th, 2012
Blog, Community

OneVBox: New VirtualBox...

This new contribution to the OpenNebula Ecosystem expands OpenNebula by enabling the use of the well-known hypervisor VirtualBox to create and manage virtual machines. OneVBox supports the upcoming OpenNebula 3.0 (currently in beta) and VirtualBox 4.0. It is composed of several scripts, mostly written in Ruby, which interpret the XML virtual machine descriptions provided by OpenNebul...

Héctor Sanjuán September 29th, 2011
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