Blog, Commercial, Outreach, Project

OpenNebula Public Train...

OpenNebula Systems has published the schedule for public classes in 2016 at its offices in Madrid, Spain, and Cambridge, MA, USA. This year OpenNebula Systems is expanding its public training services to the United States. The course about OpenNebula Fundamentals: Cloud Operator and Architect uses a hands-on lab atmosphere to provide IT professionals with the skill-sets they need to install, con...

Ignacio M. Llorente January 14th, 2016
Blog, Commercial, Project

User Survey 2015: Influ...

We have created a new user survey that will take you only 5 minutes to complete. As an open-source community, it is very important for us to have information about your deployment. You will have influence over the project and software direction, including OpenNebula 5.0 roadmap, and will help us: Improve the support for most de...

Ignacio M. Llorente December 3rd, 2015
Blog, Commercial, Project

vOneCloud 1.8 Released!...

We want to let you know that OpenNebula Systems has just announced the availability of vOneCloud version 1.8. This new release of the appliance, based on a tailored version of OpenNebula 4.14 Great A'Tuin to ease the provisioning of resources from vSphere based infrastructures, comes packed with exciting new features. Coming from funct...

Tino Vazquez October 13th, 2015
Blog, Commercial

New Pricing Plan for Su...

OpenNebula Systems, the company behind the OpenNebula project, have just announced a new pricing plan for OpenNebula Support Subscriptions. With the new plan, the aim is to be as easy to work with as possible, including complete transparency about pricing, no complicated plans, lower cost, and a maximum cost per OpenNebula instance (“zone”) that is achieved beyond 50 servers in Xen/KVM clouds and 5 vCenter instances in VMware clouds. This avoids ...

Tino Vazquez September 21st, 2015
Blog, Commercial, Project

vOneCloud 1.6 Released!...

We want you to know that OpenNebula Systems has just announced the availability of vOneCloud version 1.6. This new release of the appliance, tailored to ease the provisioning of resources from vSphere based infrastructures, comes packed with exciting new features. In vOneCloud 1.6 is now possible to define virtual machine capacity, in terms of CPU and Memory presented to the guest OS, changing this value from the vCenter Template at the time of cloning a new Virtual...

Tino Vazquez June 11th, 2015
Blog, Commercial, Project

OpenNebula Has a New Ba...

We are pleased to announce that OpenNebula Systems, the company behind the OpenNebula Project and vOneCloud, has established a new subsidiary to oversee all business operations and to support the OpenNebula community in the U.S. The new subsidiary in Cambridge Mass. will serve as a training, consulting and support f...

Ignacio M. Llorente May 18th, 2015
Blog, Commercial, Project

vOneCloud 1.4 Released!...

We want you to know that OpenNebula Systems have just announced the availability of vOneCloud version, 1.4. Several exciting features have been introduced in vOneCloud 1.4. The appliance that helps you turn your vSphere infrastructure into a private cloud generates daily reports that can be consulted by every user to check their resource consumption...

Tino Vazquez April 24th, 2015
Blog, Commercial, Project

vOneCloud 1.2.1 is Out!

A new version of vOneCloud, 1.2.1, has been released. This is an update to the previous stable version, 1.2, and it is an open release to the general public, meaning that you don't need an active support subscription to access this upgrade. This update is therefore available from the Control Panel with a single click. The Control Panel component will, behind the scenes: Download the new vOneCloud packages Install the new vOneCloud packages, keeping the existing con...

Tino Vazquez March 23rd, 2015
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