Blog, Community, Project

Monitoring OpenNebula e...

With the introduction of the new OpenNebula Hook Subsystem, the OpenNebula Hook Manager has been adapted to capture all OpenNebula events (API calls and state changes of VMs and Hosts) and publish them over a ZeroMQ publisher socket. By taking advantage of this new feature, we can monitor the OpenNebula API and keep an eye on the changes of state in our VMs and Hosts. In this post I will discuss this new architecture and some of the use cases that it enables. Architecture For ...

Christian González García-Muñoz November 18th, 2019
Blog, Community, Project

Using Docker on OpenNeb...

LXD system containers differ from application containers (i.e. those managed by Docker, RKT, or even by LXC) in the target workload. LXD containers are meant to provide a highly efficient alternative to a full virtual machine. They contain a full OS with its own init process and are designed to provide the same experience as a VM. Docker containers are meant to run a single application process inside a confined and well-defined runtime environment. However, both of them use...

Daniel Clavijo November 14th, 2019
Blog, Community, News, Project

v.5.10 “Boomerang...

OpenNebula v.5.10 “Boomerang” is just about ready!  The Release Candidate is now available for download. We offer a big thanks to you, the User Community, for your dedicated attention to testing, as we have been able to include fixes for several bugs identified by you. The OpenNebula team is plugged into "bug-fixing mode". Please note that this...

Michael Abdou November 12th, 2019
Blog, Community, OpenNebulaConf

OpenNebulaConf 2019 ...

This past October 21 and 22, we celebrated the Eighth Annual OpenNebula Conference in Barcelona, Spain. We were excited to welcome so many curious and enthusiastic attendees as we ran through a dynamic agenda including Hands-on Training, different break-out groups and Hacking sessions, a line up of Use-case reviews and Presentations, as well as separate W...

Michael Abdou October 31st, 2019
Blog, Community, Edge

Use miniONE at the Edge

In our previous posts, we introduced miniONE as a simple evaluation tool that allows you to deploy all-in-one installation for KVM or LXD deployments in a few simple steps. We have just released a new version of miniONE with a new option that enables you to try t...

Jan Orel October 24th, 2019
Blog, Community, Outreach

Come see us at VMworld ...

This coming November 4-7, 2019, OpenNebula Systems will be in Barcelona, Spain at the VMworld EU 2019 event, a “must-attend” event in the world of Virtualization and Cloud Computing. And we will be stationed in the midst of the “Solutions Exchange” (Booth # E115), prepared and excited to showcase our latest rel...

Michael Abdou October 23rd, 2019
Blog, Community, News, Project

OpenNebula 5.10 beta (B...

OpenNebula 5.10 (Boomerang) is the sixth major release of the OpenNebula 5 series. The main focus has been to enforce functionality to manage NFVs (as well as other workloads) to impulse OpenNebula as the default orchestrator of choice to build clouds in the edge and in environments where network performance is key. Also, this focus on netw...

Michael Abdou October 15th, 2019
Blog, Community, TechDays

TechDay Vienna – ...

NTS, with their motto "RELAX, WE CARE", certainly lived up to it during the OpenNebula TechDay that they hosted for the community in Vienna, Austria. The event offered plenty of opportunity for folks to share their experiences with OpenNebula, learn about other users' deployments and use cases, and to dig into details about what features are on the horizon, as well as to open discussion about what features would be welcomed...

Michael Abdou October 10th, 2019
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