Blog, Community, Edge, Project

OpenNebula will be at S...

A few days ago we announced that the 9th edition of the OpenNebula Conference would be taking place in Brussels (Belgium) on October 1-2, 2020. But that's not the only time we are going to be visiting the Belgian capital in 2020! :D Later this week we'll be attending two major events in Brussels, the SustainOSS Summit and the Free and Open Source Software Developers' European Meeting (FOSDEM). Born in San Franci...

Michael Abdou January 27th, 2020
Blog, News, OpenNebulaConf

OpenNebulaConf 2020 is ...

We are excited to announce that the 9th edition of our OpenNebula Conference will be held in Brussels (Belgium) on October 1-2, 2020. Carve out some space on your calendar now, as you won't want to miss out. The OpenNebulaConf is an annual event bringing together a community of avid developers, sysadmins, cloud administrators and IT managers, as well as curious newcomers seeking for "the right" cloud solution - one that ...

Michael Abdou January 22nd, 2020
Blog, Community, Project

Expanding OpenNebula...

We are working these weeks on improving one of OpenNebula's most powerful components: OneFlow. OneFlow can be used to create, control and monitor complex services composed of groups of interconnected Virtual Machines that come with internal deployment dependencies. Each group of VMs is deployed and managed as a single entity,...

Christian González García-Muñoz January 15th, 2020
Blog, Community, Newsletter, Project

OpenNebula 2019: Year i...

Another year comes to an end, and as we look back on 2019 it becomes clear that the OpenNebula project is in the middle of an exciting turning point. This year has brought important novelties from a product development perspective. OpenNebula incorporates now promising integrations and new functionalities as a result of the joint efforts of developer...

Alberto P. Marti December 31st, 2019
Blog, Community, Newsletter

December 2019 – O...

Our newsletter contains the highlights of the OpenNebula project and its Community throughout the month. Technology Earlier this month, OpenNebula's development team published the first Maintenance Release of stable branch 5.10 'Boomerang': OpenNebula 5.10.1 comes with a series of...

Alberto P. Marti December 23rd, 2019
Blog, Community, Project

How to Create an OpenNe...

After installing a fresh instance of OpenNebula, the next logical step for some users might be the creation of a Virtual Machine (VM) image. The OpenNebula project provides many ready-to-use appliances as part of its public marketplace, but sometimes you need to produce your own image for a specific purpo...

Carlos José Herrera Matos December 19th, 2019
Blog, Community, News, Project

Maintenance Release v.5...

It's almost Christmas time, and our Engineering Team feels especially generous this month—that's why they have come up with OpenNebula v.5.10.1, the first Maintenance Release after v.5.10 'Boomerang' was published a couple of weeks ago. This early Christmas present comes with bug fixes and a set of minor improvements, which inc...

Alberto P. Marti December 11th, 2019
Blog, Community, Project

Selecting the Right CPU...

Sometimes it can be hard to choose a CPU model for VMs. There are many factors that can limit our options, like security or performance restrictions, or even the hardware you are using in your data center. In this post I’d like to share my approach for selecting a CPU model for KVM x86 hosts, and some tips on how to deal with the possible restrictions you might face during that process. Selecting a base CPU model The first step is always to find the closest QEMU C...

Christian González García-Muñoz December 10th, 2019
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