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 Of course, the big news this month was the launch of OpenNebula 3.2, with lots of new features like: VMware, out-of-the-box support for VMware that now includes live migration, advanced contextualization, image and network management. Self-Service Portal, a new easy-to-use web-based end-user interface that complements the existing GUI...

Borja Sotomayor February 1st, 2012
Blog, Commercial

C12G Labs Announces the...

C12G Labs has just announced an update release of OpenNebulaPro, the enterprise edition of the OpenNebula Toolkit. OpenNebula 3.2, released two weeks ago, brings important benefits to cloud providers with a new easily-customizable self-service portal for cloud consumers, and builders with full support for VMware that now includes live migration, advanced contextualization and image management. The new release additionally included important enhancements in networking and sec...

C12G Labs January 31st, 2012
Blog, Project

Continuation of Collabo...

The OpenNebula Project is pleased to announce the continuation of its collaboration with Microsoft on innovation and interoperability in cloud computing. The OpenNebula Project and Microsoft started to collaborate in Summer 2011 aimed at adding and mantaining Hyper-V on the list of officially supported hypervisors. A first collaboration was announced in September 2001. As a result,  in October 2011, we released under the Apache license a deve...

Ignacio M. Llorente January 31st, 2012
Blog, Project

Maintenance Release of ...

January 30th, 2012. After 2 weeks from OpenNebula 3.2 release, the OpenNebula project announces the general availability of OpenNebula 3.2.1. This is a maintenance release that collects all the great feedback received since 3.2 release. This release only inclu...

Ruben S. Montero January 30th, 2012
Blog, Project

OpenNebula Public Cloud...

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 the new SelfService for cloud consumers. These mechanisms 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, m...

Daniel Molina January 25th, 2012
Blog, Project

OpenNebula 3 Virtual Da...

A new episode of the screencast series is now available at the OpenNebula YouTube Channel. This screencast, second part of the oZones screencast, shows how to manage and use Virtual Data Centers, both with the oZones CLI and with the oZones web-based interface, to isolate virtual infrastructure environments within an OpenNebula zone. It shows how to create a VDC by assi...

Jaime Melis January 23rd, 2012
Blog, Project

OpenNebula 3.2 Red Spid...

January 17th, 2012. The OpenNebula project is happy to announce the availability of the stable release of OpenNebula 3.2. This release of OpenNebula features important improvements in security, networking and user management. It also fully integrates C12G addons, previously only available for OpenNebulaPro customers. As main new features, OpenNebula 3.2 incorporates an easily-customizable self...

Ruben S. Montero January 16th, 2012
Blog, Experiences

Using HybridFox and EC2...

Work done by Debasis Roy Choudhuri, Bharat Bagai, Joydipto Banerjee, Udaya Keshavadasu, Rajeev D Samuel, Mitesh Chunara & Krishna Singh at the Business Application Modernization (BAM) Department of IBM India. In our previous post, we had sh...

Bagai Bharat January 16th, 2012
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