Blog, Project

Call for Translations f...

As OpenNebula 3.6 comes closer (scheduled for July 9th), we would like to launch a call for translations of our web-based user interfaces: Sunstone and Self-Service. The existing translations can be updated and new translations submitted thro...

Héctor Sanjuán June 27th, 2012
Blog, Project

OpenNebula 3.6 Sunstone...

We already posted the main features of OpenNebula 3.6 Beta, which are of course fully supported by Sunstone. But we have been working also on the Sunstone visual appeal, and we will keep polishing the interface for the final release. Here are some preview screenshots: New Dashboard Similar dashboard for Clusters Marketplace Integration Host Monitorization Grap...

Carlos Martín June 26th, 2012
Blog, Project

OpenNebula Demo Cloud U...

The OpenNebula Cloud offers a virtual computing environment accessible through two different remote cloud interfaces, OCCI and EC2, and two different web interfaces: Sunstone for cloud administrators, and SelfService for cloud consumers. These interfaces access the same infrastructure, i.e. resources created by any of the mentioned methods will be instantly available on the others. For instance, you can create a VM with the OCCI interface,...

Carlos Martín June 26th, 2012
Blog, Outreach

OpenNebula Participatio...

During the summer, OpenNebula is participating in several upcoming events in cloud computing: CloudOpen 2012, Linux Foundation, San Diego, USA, August 29-31, 2012 FrOSCon 7, Bonn, Germany, August 25-26, 2012 13th Libre Software Meeting, Geneva, Switze...

Ignacio M. Llorente June 26th, 2012
Blog, Project

OpenNebula 3.6 Beta Rel...

The OpenNebula project is proud to announce the availability of the beta release of OpenNebula 3.6 (Lagoon). OpenNebula 3.6 features a new hotplug mechanism for disk volumes that supports attaching either volatile volumes or existing images to a running VM...

Ruben S. Montero June 25th, 2012
Blog, Community, Experiences

FutureGrid Image Manage...

FutureGrid (FG) is a testbed providing users with grid, cloud, and high performance computing infrastructures. FG employs both virtualized and non-virtualized infrastructures. Within the FG project, we offer different IaaS frameworks as well as high performance computing ...

Javier Diaz June 20th, 2012
Blog, Outreach

OpenNebula Training in ...

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="194" caption="SCI-BUS, SHIWA, EDGI JOINT SUMMER SCHOOL ON WORKFLOWS AND GATEWAYS FOR GRIDS AND CLOUDS"][/caption] 2-6 JULY 2012, BUDAPEST, HUNGARY There are already several well established grid and cloud infrastructures in Europe. The next issue is how to exploit these infrastructures, how to port and develop applications for these infrastructures and how...

Gabor Kecskemeti June 19th, 2012
Blog, Experiences

OpenNebula for Large-sc...

One of the main design principles in OpenNebula focuses on enabling large scale deployments. In this type of deployment it is usually the case that we have to deal with large number of physical hosts, with the intention of running a large number of virtual machines. This is important since many of the OpenNebula users run large scale deployments with tens of thousands of virtual machines. The scalability of the virtual infrastructure manager is, without a ...

Tino Vazquez June 12th, 2012
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