Blog, Community

Building your Open-Sour...

C12G has just contributed to the OpenNebula Ecosystem its OpenNebula Express installer under GPL open-source license. This installer eases the installation and deployment of OpenNebula clouds. In few minutes you will get a fully operational cloud from a cluster with a a clean install of the operating system. This is the fastest track to cloud computing, enabling any organization to have an enterprise-grade cloud in four steps. OpenNebula can be adapted into any existing data...

Ignacio M. Llorente May 28th, 2010
Blog, Community

Deltacloud and Libcloud...

A couple of months ago the OpenNebula open-source project established the OpenNebula Ecosystem in order to promote the different tools, extensions and plug-ins that are available to complement OpenNebula from a wide variety of projects, companies, and research cent...

Ignacio M. Llorente May 19th, 2010
Blog, Commercial

Release of OpenNebula E...

C12G is proud to announce the release of OpenNebula Enterprise Edition 1.4 (build 7eae48fa). OpenNebula EE 1.4 is an enterprise-grade distribution of the widely used OpenNebula Cloud Toolkit. The codebase for OpenNebula EE 1.4 is built from the last stable release of OpenNebula plus selected patches form the OpenNebula repository and additional bug fixes and features. OpenNebula EE 1.4 has been also extensively tested and certified for the most common...

Ignacio M. Llorente May 10th, 2010
Blog, Commercial

OpenNebula Cloud Toolki...

The authors of the widely used OpenNebula toolkit have founded a company to provide value-added enterprise-solutions around this leading open source technology for cloud computing. C12G Labs has been created to address the growing demand for commercial support and services around OpenNebula. “Our e...

Ignacio M. Llorente May 5th, 2010
Blog, Project

OpenNebula in Google Su...

This year OpenNebula has been selected as a Google Summer of Code (GSoC) mentoring organization. GSoC is a program that offers student developers stipends to write code for various open source projects. During the last six years GSoC has brought together nearly 3,400 students and more th...

Ruben S. Montero March 19th, 2010
Blog, Project

New website for OpenNeb...

The OpenNebula team is happy to announce  a new website for OpenNebula. This is not only a new look for opennebula.org but a whole new site for the community, a new place to share resources, contribute developments and discuss about components and solutions around OpenNebula. Relevant new places in opennebula.org: Community, a whole new space for the OpenNebu...

Ruben S. Montero February 24th, 2010
Blog, Community

Claudia, an open-source...

As part of its exploitation strategy, Telefónica I+D has decided to release as Open Source a number of components developed during its research on Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Clouds.  These components will be integrated in the Claudia Platform that will offer a Service Management toolkit to deploy and control the scalability of service among a public or private IaaS Cloud. Telefónica I+D chooses...

Ignacio M. Llorente January 27th, 2010
Blog, Experiences

A Flexible and Interope...

Future enterprise data centers will look like private clouds supporting a flexible and agile execution of virtualized services, and combining local with public cloud-based infrastructure to enable highly scalable hosting environments. The key component in these cloud architectures will the cloud management system, also called cloud operating system (OS), being responsible for the secure, efficient and scalable management of ...

Ignacio M. Llorente January 13th, 2010
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