Entries by Ignacio M. Llorente

OpenNebula at ISC Cloud 2013

Next week, just before our first OpenNebulaConf in Berlin, we will be busy at ISC Cloud 2013 in Heidelberg. This conference brings together developers, users, managers and decision makers from industry,research, and development to give them the opportunity to find out about the newest trends in Cloud Computing, and participate in intensive and valuable discussions. The […]

OpenNebula Cloud API: Amazon, OGF OCCI, OpenStack, Google Cloud, DMTF CIMI or vCloud?

Last week we launched a survey to collect feedback from our community regarding what is their preferred interface for cloud consumers and how we should invest our resources in cloud API enhancement and development. The survey was open for two days receiving feedback from almost 200 OpenNebula clouds. Targeted to OpenNebula cloud administrators, our aim […]

Announcement of the First OpenNebula Conference

The OpenNebula Project is proud to announce that the first ever OpenNebula Global Conference will be held in Berlin from the 24th to the 26th of September 2013. The Conference will serve as a meeting point for OpenNebula cloud users, developers, administrators, builders, integrators and researchers and a unique opportunity for discussion and collaboration with other projects. This event is […]

NETWAYS Announces a Partnership with C12G to Provide OpenNebula Services

NETWAYS GmbH has just announced its partnership with C12G Labs to provide services, consulting, and private- and hybrid-cloud-services based on OpenNebula. NETWAYS has been an active promoter of OpenNebula and a collaborator of C12G Labs since 2011 when they organized the first OpenNebula Workshop at OSDC 2011 in Nuremberg. NETWAYS and C12G shared an Exhibition Stand in the Open Source Park […]

OpenStack, CloudStack, Eucalyptus and OpenNebula: Which Cloud Platform is the Most Open?

We described in a previous post our experience about the different types of cloud models, and our view about how the main open-source Cloud Management Platforms (CMPs) are targeting their needs. Our aim was to demonstrate that we will see an open-source cloud space with several offerings focused on different environments and/or industries, due to […]

Eucalyptus, CloudStack, OpenStack and OpenNebula: A Tale of Two Cloud Models

Over the last five years, since the release of the first open-source version of OpenNebula in March 2008, we have been involved in many presentations, discussions and meetings where people wanted to know how OpenNebula compares with the rest of open-source Cloud Management Platforms (CMPs), mostly with Eucalyptus and OpenStack. The most common understanding is […]

Publication of the OpenNebula Cloud OS Architecture in IEEE Computer

The December 2012 issue of the IEEE Computer Magazine includes an article entitled “IaaS Cloud Architecture: From Virtualized Datacenters to Federated Cloud Infrastructures” that presents an architecture reference model for IaaS clouds, introduces the cloud OS (Operating System) as the core component of this architecture, and discusses the different approaches for cloud federation. The article […]

OpenNebula 2012: Year in Review

Time flies, and we are approaching the end of another successful year at OpenNebula!. We’ve had a lot to celebrate around here during 2012, including our fifth anniversary. We took that opportunity to look back at how the project has grown in the last five years. We are extremely happy with the organic growth of the project. It’s five years […]

Neelie Kroes, VP of European Commission, Speaks about Open-source Cloud and OpenNebula

Neelie Kroes, European Commissioner for Digital Agenda, presented today at the Open Source Conference 2012 the three ways the European Union (EU) is supporting Open ICT systems, namely open-source, open-procurement, and open-data. Mrs. Kroes outlines the huge benefits of open-source and open-standards, the several hundred-million-euro benefits per year of Open ICT systems for the public […]