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. The ...

Ignacio M. Llorente November 1st, 2010
Blog, Community

Thanks to everyone who ...

As you know, OpenNebula 2.0 is out the door, and we're delighted with the response from our community. Besides the huge spike in downloads, we have received many congratulations over email and Twitter from many of our users, specially those who are deploying OpenNebula in very large infrastructures. However, we would like to take ...

Borja Sotomayor October 29th, 2010
Blog, Project

Microsoft to Bridge Azu...

At OGF30, after OpenNebula's keynote, Dr. Daniel A. Reed, Corporate Vice President Extreme Computing Group & Technology Strategy and Policy at Microsoft, gave an excellent keynote speech about cloud and the future of research. Dr. Reed also presented the new EU-funded VENUS-C project, coordinated by Engineering and ai...

Ignacio M. Llorente October 28th, 2010
Blog, Project

Announcing the release ...

The OpenNebula team is very proud to announce the release of a new stable version of the OpenNebula Toolkit! That's right, OpenNebula 2.0 is now available for download. OpenNebula 2.0 marks the end of a large and laborious release cycle and an important milestone for the project in terms of functionality, maturity and community engagement. Apart from improved scalability and robustness and many exciting new features, we have also opened the project QA & testin...

Borja Sotomayor October 24th, 2010
Blog, Project

How big will OpenNebula...

OpenNebula 2.0 is right around the corner, and we were curious to see how much effort has gone into it. As it turns out, nearly double the effort we put into version 1.4, at least measured by the number of lines inserted/deleted/modified in our code repository: Of course, lines of code are a notoriously imprecise metric, so take the above with a healthy dose of salt. Plus, the above doesn't account for the additional effort we've put int...

Borja Sotomayor October 21st, 2010
Blog, Project

New OpenNebula QA &...

Last months have been quite busy for the team, a bunch of new features has been added to OpenNebula core as well exciting new components. There has been however a huge amount of effort that may go unnoticed in the upcoming OpenNebula 2.0 release.  As part of this release we also wanted to open our internal QA & testing  procedures to the community... so OpenNebula QA was born! Testing & QA of a cloud managem...

Ruben S. Montero October 15th, 2010
Blog, Project

Top Ten Reasons for Usi...

Here are the top ten reasons for using OpenNebula to build your cloud infrastructure: Most advanced and innovative functionality to build your private and public cloud Unique functionality for building hybrid cloud deployments to supplement your local infrastructure with computing capacity from external Clouds Hypervisor independence su...

Ignacio M. Llorente October 12th, 2010
Blog, Outreach

OpenNebula Participatio...

The OpenNebula Project is participating in many upcoming events in cloud computing. Invited Talk about OpenNebula in Virtualized Service Platform Session at Internet of Services 2010, Brussels, Belgium, 19th October 2010 Keynote about  “Key Research...

Ignacio M. Llorente October 11th, 2010
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