Entries by Ignacio M. Llorente

OpenNebula Position on OpenStack Announcement

As many of you know, a new open-source cloud platform, OpenStack, was recently announced. Here at OpenNebula, we think this is a very exciting development in the cloud community, and we’re glad to see so many major players coalescing around an open-source solution. However, we have also been concerned by the all the high-profile announcements […]

OpenNebula Technology Days – Summer 2010

The first edition of the OpenNebula Technology Days will take place in C12G Labs Headquarters in Madrid on the 20th and 21th of July. This first community event includes a tutorial on building clouds with OpenNebula and a technical workshop to present the new features and integration capabilities in the upcoming version. Attendance to the event is […]

OpenNebula in the EU Initiative to Integrate Cloud with Grid

Researchers from a collaboration of six European organisations have attracted funding worth €2.3million to develop a new Internet-based software project called StratusLab. The two year project, headed up by Project Coordinator Dr Charles Loomis from CNRS, was launched in Paris on the 14th of June 2010. It aims to enhance distributed computing infrastructures, such as […]

Building Hybrid Clouds with OpenNebula and Deltacloud

OpenNebula has just released a Deltacloud adaptor to build Hybrid Clouds. A Hybrid Cloud is an extension of a Private Cloud to combine local resources with resources from one or several remote Cloud providers. The remote provider could be a commercial Cloud service or a partner private infrastructure running a different OpenNebula instance. Hybrid Cloud […]

OpenNebula Implements vCloud Express API

OpenNebula has contributed to its ecosystem a new Cloud Service to access OpenNebula clouds through the vCloud Express API.  The OpenNebula vCloud Service is a web service that enables you to launch and manage virtual machines in your OpenNebula installation through the vCloud Express API. The vCloud web service is implemented upon the new OpenNebula […]

Building your Open-Source Cloud in Four Steps

C12G has just contributed to the OpenNebula Ecosystem its OpenNebula Express installer under GPL open-source license. This installer eases the installation and deployment of OpenNebula clouds. In few minutes you will get a fully operational cloud from a cluster with a a clean install of the operating system. This is the fastest track to cloud computing, enabling any […]

Deltacloud and Libcloud drivers for OpenNebula

A couple of months ago the OpenNebula open-source project established the OpenNebula Ecosystem in order to promote the different tools, extensions and plug-ins that are available to complement OpenNebula from a wide variety of projects, companies, and research centers. These ecosystem components enhance the functionality provided by the OpenNebula Cloud Toolkit or enable its integration with […]

Release of OpenNebula Enterprise Edition v1.4

C12G is proud to announce the release of OpenNebula Enterprise Edition 1.4 (build 7eae48fa). OpenNebula EE 1.4 is an enterprise-grade distribution of the widely used OpenNebula Cloud Toolkit. The codebase for OpenNebula EE 1.4 is built from the last stable release of OpenNebula plus selected patches form the OpenNebula repository and additional bug fixes and features. OpenNebula […]

OpenNebula Cloud Toolkit Goes Commercial

The authors of the widely used OpenNebula toolkit have founded a company to provide value-added enterprise-solutions around this leading open source technology for cloud computing. C12G Labs has been created to address the growing demand for commercial support and services around OpenNebula. “Our experience is that one single cloud solution does not fit all the […]