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. T...

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 the clo...

Ignacio M. Llorente January 13th, 2010
Blog, Community

Haizea 1.0 now available

The first stable version of the Haizea Lease Manager was released a few days ago and is available for download at http://haizea.cs.uchicago.edu/ Haizea can be used as a drop-in replacement for OpenNebula’s scheduling daemon, providing OpenNebula with more advanced scheduling capabilities such a...

Borja Sotomayor December 18th, 2009
Blog, Project

OpenNebula 1.4.0 released

The OpenNebula team is happy to announce that we have reached a stable state for the new 1.4 series of the OpenNebula Toolkit. During these months we have been working on new features that we hope will be helpful to manage your infrastructure. Downloads are available as source code as previous version but we also have created binary packages for RedHat/CentOS, Ubuntu, openSUSE and Fedora. We wa...

Javier Fontan December 16th, 2009
Blog, Project

OpenNebula Cloud Announ...

The OpenNebula Team is proud to announce the dawn of the OpenNebula Cloud. Although this can be shortened to ONE Cloud, it is in fact two, although both of them are accesible using two interfaces: OCCI and EC2. Dummy cloud. This cloud offers an interface to an OpenNebula instance configured using dummy drivers. This means that it will offer a seemingly inf...

Tino Vazquez November 20th, 2009
Blog, Project

OpenNebula 1.4 Beta 2, ...

The OpenNebula team is happy to announce the second beta release of OpenNebula 1.4. This Beta 2 is aimed at testers, community members and cloud enthusiasts in order to identify bugs and regressions, so that 1.4 can fully replace OpenNebula 1.2 deployments. After nearly three months has passed since the f...

Ruben S. Montero October 30th, 2009
Blog, Outreach

OpenNebula at CCA09

The innovations provided by the OpenNebula open-source toolkit for cloud computing have been presented at CCA09 (Cloud Computing and its Application 2009) in Chicago. The presentation includes a description of the novel functionality  that has ...

Ignacio M. Llorente October 22nd, 2009
Blog, Experiences

OpenNebula Implements t...

Last Friday, the OpenNebula project announced the implementation of the OGF OCCI draft specification.  The release, that will be part of OpenNebula 1.4,  includes a server implementation, clients command for using the service and enabling access to the full functionality of the OCCI interface, and several supporting documents. The last version of this open source toolkit for cloud computing, available for download in beta release, also brings libvirt, EC2 Que...

Ignacio M. Llorente September 10th, 2009
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