Blog, Edge, Project

Automatic Deployment of...

A new OpenNebula appliance, along with new innovative Edge features, will make deploying your AWS IoT Greengrass Edge environment Simple and Pain-free  AWS IoT Greengrass is a service which extends the Amazon Web Services to nodes “on the edge”, where data is gathered as near as p...

Vlastimil Holer July 5th, 2019
Blog, Community, Project

Beta Contextualization ...

Alongside the OpenNebula 5.8 Beta 2 release, we are also publishing the 5.7.80 beta contextualization packages for the guest operating systems running in the virtual machines. Follow the download pages with the detailed release notes for Linux (and FreeBSD) and Windows. Packages are compatible with OpenNebula versions between 4.6 and 5.8 Beta 2. You should use these packages if you want to try the very new features of OpenNebula 5.8 Beta. Namely, the LXD hyperv...

Vlastimil Holer February 8th, 2019
Blog, Community, News, Project

Initial Release of Host...

Recently, we have shared with you our vision with the disaggregated cloud approach in the blog post A Sneak Preview of the Upcoming Features for Cloud Disaggregation.  Today we are very happy to announce the initial release of the Host Provision prototype, which provides the capability to deploy new physical hosts on selected bare-metal cloud providers, to install and configure them as KVM hypervisors, a...

Vlastimil Holer September 28th, 2018
Blog, Community, Project

New Linux Contextualiza...

We have released new Linux contextualization packages (ver. 5.4.2) with wider platform support, a few improvements and bugfixes. This release is a major update. New packages are available for download on the GitHub with updated documentation for KVM/vCenter environments. Packages are compatible with the OpenNebula versions from 4.6 to 5.4. The main focus of this release was to come again with updated ...

Vlastimil Holer January 5th, 2018
Blog, Project

New Contextualization P...

We are happy to announce new versions of the OpenNebula contextualization packages for Linux (ver. 5.0.3) and Windows (ver. 5.2.0). For Linux, this is mainly a bugfix release with 2 significant improvements. For Windows, this is a very first release, newly distributed as the MSI package. Linux contextualization contains following changes: User $USERNAME is created, if missing. The user passwor...

Vlastimil Holer January 11th, 2017
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