Entries by Javier Fontan

TechDay Prague 2017 Wrap Up

This little post is here only to thank the people from CESNET for organizing the event. I also want to thank the attendees for sharing the day with me. We’ve changed the format of the TechDay a bit and it turned out to be great: The tutorial now is done in prepared laboratories in the cloud. This […]

TechDay in Prague March 7th

In less two weeks we are going to have our first TechDay this year. We want to thank our friends at CESNET for organizing it! This time the TechDay is a little bit different and instead of talks we will have an open session where people can ask questiosn on how to use OpenNebula. Experienced users […]

New Maintenance Release 5.2.1

On behalf of the team we are happy to announce maintenance release 5.2.1. This version fixes some problems found since 5.2.0 and adds some small functionality. New functionality for 5.2.1 has been introduced: Improvements in SDR clustered vcenter datastores. Check if bridge contains incorrect vlan. Strengthen deploy checks to avoid issues with EC2 API lag. […]

Creating Customized Images

One of the steps when preparing an OpenNebula installation is the creation of Virtual Machine images for base Operating Systems or appliances. Some of these images can be downloaded from the marketplace but you may need an OS that is not in the marketplace or the images must be customized in some other way. I’m […]

New Context Packages With Support For EC2 Instances

Alongside the new maintenance release of OpenNebula (4.14.2) we have new context packages with some new features: Contextualize SSH user with $USERNAME variable: Now you can specify which user will have the ssh key injected in authorized_keys Contextualization can be used in EC2 instances OneGate token is now retrieved from VMwareTools and the EC2 metadata […]

New Contextualization Packages

A new version of OpenNebula context packages is out. Don’t be fooled by its version number. Even if it’s 4.14 is compatible with previous versions. There’s only one feature that needs OpenNebula 4.14 support. In this release we a couple of contributions: Roberto Majadas provided a patch to automatically set the MTU of network interfaces: […]

New OpenNebula Maintenance Relase 4.10.2

A new maintenance release for OpenNebula 4.10 is available. There are several fixes and improvements since 4.10.1 and upgrade is recommended. Some of the changes are as follows: Fix vulnerability in the xmlrpc server. All the packages except CentOS 7 are vulnerable and can lead to DOS attacks. You should upgrade as soon as possible if […]

OpenNebula at CloudOpen Europe

Next week the Linux Foundation conferences LinuxCon + CloudOpen + ELC-E Europe 2014 will take place in Dusseldorf. I’ll be there Wednesday 15th at CloudOpen to give a talk about the OpenNebula cloud provisioning model and a two-hour hands-on tutorial on building clouds with OpenNebula. Here are the links to my talks: 12:15pm – 1:05pm The OpenNebula Model for […]

OpenNebula 4.8 beta released!

The OpenNebula team is really happy to release the first beta for version 4.8 (4.7.80). In this version, alongside several fixes, we have been working on some new features: Improvements to the Cloud View interface like OneFlow integration New VDC admin view that matches the Cloud View. New virtual network model that make its configuration […]