Blog, Community, TechDays

OpenNebula TechDays 202...

We are opening the Call for Hosts for the OpenNebula TechDays in 2020! Why not contribute to the project by hosting an OpenNebula TechDay of your own? The OpenNebula TechDays are day-long educational and networking events to learn about OpenNebula.  Join our technical experts from OpenNebula Systems for a one-day hands-on workshop on cloud installation and operation.  You’ll get a comprehensive overview of the new OpenNebula 5.10 "...

Alberto P. Marti December 2nd, 2019
Blog, Community, Newsletter

November 2019 – O...

Our newsletter contains the highlights of the OpenNebula project and its Community throughout the month. Technology After many hours of development, reviewing all the feedback we received from the Community and going through an intense testing phase, later this month we have officially announced the release of OpenNebula 5.10 "Boomerang". These are some of the highlights of this new version: Revamped Hook SubsystemNUMA and CPU pinningNSX integratio...

Michael Abdou November 29th, 2019
Blog, Community, Project

Terraform Provider for ...

Back in July, Jean-Philippe Fourès announced on this very same blog that Iguane Solutions had made an exciting contribution to the OpenNebula Add-on Catalog in the form of a new Terraform Provider. Today we are extremely happy to confirm that, after several weeks of hard work led by Iguane Solutions and ...

Alberto P. Marti November 28th, 2019
Blog, Community, News, Project

OpenNebula 5.10 “...

The OpenNebula Team is very proud to announce the latest release of OpenNebula—code-named “Boomerang”. This is the sixth update release of the OpenNebula 5 series, and as you will have seen in previous beta communications, the 5.10 "Boomerang" version extends the ongoing development and evolution of OpenNebula with a focus on targeting usability and functional improveme...

Michael Abdou November 27th, 2019
Blog, Community, Project

Towards VMware NSX inte...

OpenNebula 5.10 "Boomerang", whose stable release will be available in a matter of days, is the first version that officially supports VMware's software-defined networking platform NSX in its two designs: NSX-T and NSX-V. This integration already covers logical switches, but it will also include support for security groups and edge services in the near future. Architecture Let's start from the beginning—but don't worry, we won't be talking ab...

Ángel Luis Moya González November 22nd, 2019
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Meet Alberto P. Martí, ...

Born in sunny Valencia (Spain) in 1981—just in time to call himself a millennial—Alberto has developed his career in Spain and the United Kingdom, both in the IT sector and in Higher Education. He has joined OpenNebula's new HQ office at La Finca Business Park in Madrid. Tel...

Michael Abdou November 21st, 2019
Blog, Community, Project

Monitoring OpenNebula e...

With the introduction of the new OpenNebula Hook Subsystem, the OpenNebula Hook Manager has been adapted to capture all OpenNebula events (API calls and state changes of VMs and Hosts) and publish them over a ZeroMQ publisher socket. By taking advantage of this new feature, we can monitor the OpenNebula API and keep an eye on the changes of state in our VMs and Hosts. In this post I will discuss this new architecture and some of the use cases that it enables....

Christian González García-Muñoz November 18th, 2019
Blog, Community, Project

Using Docker on OpenNeb...

LXD system containers differ from application containers (e.g. those managed by Docker, RKT, or even by LXC) in the target workload. LXD containers are meant to provide a highly efficient alternative to a full virtual machine. They contain a full OS with its own init process and are designed to provide the same experience as a VM. Docker containers are meant to run a single application process inside a confined and well-defined runtime environment. However, both of them use a similar tec...

Daniel Clavijo November 14th, 2019
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