Entries by Javier Fontan

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 […]

OpenNebula Carina 4.6.2 Released

We have just released a new maintenance release 4.6.2. This time itdoes not come with new features, just bug fixes.One of them is a security vulnerability in Sunstone and you shouldupgrade your installation. Thanks to Dennis Felsch and MarioHei­de­rich from Horst Görtz Institute for IT-Security,Ruhr-University Bochum for telling us about it.Other fixes are as follows: […]

Automatic configuration of VMs with Puppet

OpenNebula contextualization is a system that writes VM configuration parameters into a CDROM image and a package installed in the VMs that is able to configure the system using this data. By default comes with scripts to set the network configuration (IP, DNS), hostname, allowed ssh keys, etc. You can even easily create your own […]

Native GlusterFS Image Access for KVM Drivers

GlusterFS is a distributed filesystem with replica and storage distribution features that come really handy for virtualization. This storage can be mounted as a filesystem using NFS or FUSE adapter for GlusterFS and is used as any other shared filesystem. This way of using it is very convenient as it works the same way as […]

First Add-ons in OpenNebula

The new OpenNebula Add-ons initiative has received an enthusiastic response from the community, ranging from individual developers and research centers to corporations. In only two days we already have three Add-ons ready to download: iSCSI: Datastore driver for iSCSI AppMarket: Build a private marketplace to share appliances between OpenNebula instances Ganglia: Information Manager drivers for Ganglia 2 Add-ons being […]

OpenNebulaConf Hacking Session

The first day of the conference we are going to have a couple of activities that I’m sure you’ll be interested in. There is one tutorial for people that wants to learn how to deploy and use OpenNebula and in parallel we will have free form hacking session. This hacking session is meant for people […]

New OpenNebula Package Repositories

Until now the way to install the latest version of OpenNebula was downloading the packages from our web page and installing them manually or compiling the sources. We have created package repositories for CentOS, Ubuntu, Debian and openSUSE to make the installation and upgrade even easier. Latest contextualization packages for CentOS/RedHat, Ubuntu and Debian are […]