Blog, Project

OpenNebula 3.4 Beta Rel...

The OpenNebula project is proud to announce the availability of the beta release of OpenNebula 3.4 (Wild Duck). The software brings countless valuable contributions by many members of our community, and specially from Research in Motion, Logica, Terradue 2.0, CloudWeavers, Clemson University, and Viln...

Ruben S. Montero March 30th, 2012
Blog, Community

CLUES Power Saving Tool...

Cluster Energy Saving system (CLUES) is an energy management system for High Performance Computing (HPC) Clusters and Cloud infrastructures that supports integration with OpenNebula. The main function of the system is to power off internal cluster nodes when they are not being used, and conversely to power them on when they are needed. The energy saving results obtained depends on the usage of each specific infrastructure, the s...

CLUES Project March 23rd, 2012
Blog, Community

Elastic IP and Security...

With Open vSwitch (OVS) support in OpenNebula it was natural to work on using OpenFlow to enable advanced network services. With OVS support the door was opened for a programmable network and a merge of OpenNebula networking paradigm with the area of software defined networking. OpenFlow is...

Sebastien Goasguen March 21st, 2012
Blog, Project

Hyper-V Drivers for Ope...

The OpenNebula Project is pleased to announce the release, as a new plugin in the ecosystem, of the OpenNebula 3.2 drivers to build clouds on Microsoft Hyper-V. From the release in October 2011 of a first integration prototype, we have been working with some of our users to improve the stability of the integration prototype and to incorporate more functionality. In ...

Ignacio M. Llorente March 15th, 2012
Blog, Project

Sneak Peek of OpenNebul...

As we are quickly approaching the Easter holidays, the next release of OpenNebula (3.4 codename Wild Duck) is getting in shape. This new release is focused on extending the storage capabilities of OpenNebula. Wild Duck will include support for multiple Datastores, overcoming the single Image Repository limitations in previous versions. A Datastore is any storage medium (typically SAN/NAS servers...

Ruben S. Montero March 12th, 2012
Blog, Newsletter

OpenNebula Newsletter &...

Here’s our monthly newsletter with the main news from the last month, including what you can expect in the coming months. Technology Following our rapid release cycle, a pre-release of OpenNebula 3.4 is now available. This pre-release solves minor issues in several OpenNebula components and includes some new features, specially in Sunstone and in the cloud servers (EC2 and OCCI). For a more detailed ...

Borja Sotomayor March 8th, 2012
Blog, Outreach

Upcoming OpenNebula Wor...

The OpenNebula project will be giving an intensive tutorial on basic and advance usage and configuration of the new OpenNebula 3.2.1 at the Open Source Datacenter Conference (OSDC 2012) to take place in Nuremberg, Germany, on the 25th and 26th of April 2012. Preregistration for the workshop is needed. Complementing the workshop, a 1-hour presentation will be given stating the latest features ...

Tino Vazquez March 2nd, 2012
Blog, Community

OpenNebula in the New H...

We are pleased to announce that OpenNebula is part of the just announced Helix Nebula partnership, a consortium of leading IT providers and three of Europe’s biggest research centres (CERN, EMBL and ESA) launching a European cloud computing platform to enable innovation for science and to create new commercial markets. The biggest nam...

Ignacio M. Llorente March 1st, 2012
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