Blog, Commercial

C12G Launches the OpenN...

C12G Labs has just announced the launch of the new OpenNebula.pro Support Portal, which centralizes all support resources for OpenNebulaPro, the commercially supported distribution of the OpenNebula toolkit. The OpenNebula.pro support portal provides the professional support services and tools to integrate, build, certificate and manage enterprise-ready cloud infrastructures and solutions. OpenNebula i...

C12G Labs December 1st, 2010
Blog, Community

New OCA rubygem Available

An OpenNebula user, John Dewey, has just contributed a new oca rubygem that allows developers to make calls to OpenNebula's Cloud API (OCA) from their Ruby projects without having to install OpenNebula. The Ruby OCA API has been designed as a wrapper for the XML-RPC methods to interact with the OpenNebula Core, with some basic helpers. This gem was built against OpenNebula 2.0 and will be updated in each release....

Daniel Molina November 30th, 2010
Blog, Outreach

OpenNebula at CloudCom ...

The 2nd IEEE International Conference on Cloud Computing Technology and Science will take place in Indianapolis, USA, from November 30th to December 3rd. Part of the OpenNebula team will attend to the conference to give a short 90-minute tutorial on Thursday, December 2nd, from 11:30am to 1:00pm. This tutor...

Tino Vazquez November 15th, 2010
Blog, Community

OpenNebula Included in ...

The StratusLab project has just released the first version of its cloud computing distribution, which aims to provide a full cloud solution for grid and cluster computing. The StratusLab distribution, which includes OpenNebula as the core virtual machine manager and cloud management tool, is being tested on research grid infrastructures, which are composed of dozens of sites and comprises tens of thou...

Ignacio M. Llorente November 11th, 2010
Blog, Project

C12G Labs Delivers Stab...

After the announcement of the delivery of its development version one month ago, C12G has just announced that the stable version of the software extensions distributed in the Enterprise Edition of OpenNebula have been contributed to the OpenNebula Project. These extensions were created to support customers and partners and to enhance the functionality and performance of OpenNebula in enterprise-class and very-la...

Ignacio M. Llorente November 10th, 2010
Blog, Community

Cfengine and OpenNebula...

If you're a system administrator, you've probably already heard of Cfengine, a cross-platform datacenter automation framework used by more than 5,000 companies on millions of machines worldwide. With Cfengine, the sysadmin describes the desired system state and Cfengine takes care of the rest: it will install packages, maintain c...

Isaac Liney November 9th, 2010
Blog, Experiences

Federation of Supercomp...

The Supercomputing Center of Galicia (CESGA) and the Supercomputing Center Foundation of Castilla y León (FCSCL) have built a federation of cloud infrastructures using the hybrid cloud computing functionality provided by OpenNebula. Both organizations have collabo...

Ignacio M. Llorente November 3rd, 2010
Blog, Experiences

CERN Cloud Scaling to 1...

Last week at ISC Cloud 2010, Ulrich Schwickerath, from the CERN IT-PES/PS Group, presented the last benchmarking results of CERN's OpenNebula cloud for batch processing. The batch computing farm makes a critical part of the CERN data centre. By making use of the new IaaS cloud, both the virtual machine provisioning system and the batch application itself have been tested extensively at large scale...

Ignacio M. Llorente November 1st, 2010
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