Entries by Tino Vazquez

New OpenNebula Program: Fund a Feature

After receiving several requests from our users to sponsor some particular features, the OpenNebula project is happy to announce the creation of a software development program where organizations will be able to fund the development of new features. When we define the roadmap for a new OpeNebula release we listen to all users, trying to prioritise the features demanded by the organisations supporting […]

OpenNebula Newsletter – February 2013

OpenNebula 4.0 is getting prepared, the team is finishing the new shiny features and the beta release is just a few weeks away. Here’s our monthly newsletter with the main news from the last month, including what you can expect in the coming months. Technology A very active month for OpenNebula, with several big news. […]

OpenNebula Newsletter – January 2013

Happy New Year, everyone! This is our first newsletter of 2013, summarizing everything that happened during the last month of 2012. In case you haven’t read it yet, remember we’ve also published a Year in Review post with all the exciting stuff that happened in the OpenNebula project and its community during 2012. Technology The Team is […]

OpenNebula Newsletter – December 2012

Here’s our monthly newsletter with the main news from the last month, including what you can expect in the coming months. We are very proud of our toddler (OpenNebula) arriving at the mature age of five years. Congrats! Technology The OpenNebula team is setting the engine to full throttle for the upcoming 4.0 version. There […]

New QuickStart Guide: CentOS and VMware

In the last month we’ve been preparing a set of sandboxes, aimed to lower the barrier for people willing to try out OpenNebula. In order to complement this, we’ve just published a new quick start guide describing the steps needed to set-up a pilot cloud in as little time as possible. This first guide is oriented […]

New Tools to Get Started with OpenNebula

We are putting forward a set of efforts to ease the path for newcomers willing to try out OpenNebula. For starters, we are creating a new set of OpenNebula Sandboxes that will enable users to launch a complete cloud in 5 minutes in their laptops, following minimal set of steps. Using the functionality to emulate […]

OpenNebula Newsletter – November 2012

Here’s our monthly newsletter with the main news from the last month, including what you can expect in the coming months. Technology OpenNebula 3.8 Twin Jet has just been released, check out the release notes for release highlights and a summary of the new features incorporated in OpenNebula 3.8. OpenNebula 3.8 enhances the integration with […]

OpenNebula 3.8 Beta Released!

The OpenNebula project is proud to announce the availability of OpenNebula 3.8 Beta (Twin Jet). This release brings many new features and stabilizes features that were introduced in previous versions. OpenNebula 3.8 enhances the integration with VMware and KVM, which are the most widely used hypervisors in OpenNebula clouds, and with heterogeneous infrastructures using multiple hypervisors. Twin […]

OpenNebula Newsletter – October 2012

OpenNebula 3.8 is getting prepared, the team is finishing the testing procedure and the beta release is just a few days away. Here’s our monthly newsletter with the main news from the last month, including what you can expect in the coming months. Technology The OpenNebula team is very busy with the next major release, […]

OpenNebula Newsletter – September 2012

The summer is passing by, and the OpenNebula team is working full speed on the next major release, OpenNebula 3.8. Here’s our monthly newsletter with the main news from the last month, including what you can expect in the coming months. Technology The OpenNebula team has been busy with the next major release, OpenNebula 3.8. […]