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vOneCloud 3.4 – R...

OpenNebula Systems has just announced the availability of vOneCloud version 3.4. vOneCloud 3.4 is powered by OpenNebula 5.8 "Edge", and, as such, includes functionalities present in Edge relevant to vOneCloud: Change boot order of VM devices updating the VM Template. More info here. VM migration between clusters and datastores is now supported, check here. Migrate images from KVM to vCenter, or vice versa. More info here...

Michael Abdou April 3rd, 2019
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OpenNebula 5.8 Scalabil...

One of OpenNebula's main features is its low resource footprint. This allows OpenNebula clouds to grow massive without a big impact on demanded hardware. There is a continuous effort from the team behind OpenNebula's development related to efficiency and performance, and several improvements in this area have been included in the latest release, OpenNebula 5.8 "E...

Sergio March 18th, 2019
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Switching from CLA to a...

Since we founded the OpenNebula open-source project more than 10 years ago, we have been following the Contributor License Agreement (CLA) mechanism for software contributions that include new functionality and intellectual contributions to the software. Although CLA has been the industry standard for open source contributions to other projects, it's largely unpopular with developers. In ord...

Michael Abdou March 15th, 2019
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Joint Solution Brief: O...

OpenNebula Cloud Management on VMware vCenter Companies' data centers continue to grow, handling new and larger workloads, and ultimately making virtual infrastructure and cloud computing a "no-brainer".  For those companies that have invested in VMware platform solutions, it shouldn't be news that OpenNebula provides a comprehensive and affordable solution for managing one's VMware infrastructure and creating a multi-tenant c...

Michael Abdou March 15th, 2019
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OpenNebula with LXD Usi...

One of the biggest features in the recent OpenNebula 5.8 Edge release is, no doubt, the support for Linux containers (LXD) - which we already covered in our blog. If you are tempted to give it a try, go ahead, it's really simple! You can start in AWS with the common Ubuntu 18.04 image and the whole setup from start to finish won't take you more than a matter of minutes. The minimal recommended size is perhaps t2.medium.  Just give it at least 25G...

Jan Orel March 6th, 2019
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LXD Integration with Op...

LXD has recently become the next-generation system container manager in Linux. While building on top of the low level LXC, it clearly improves the container orchestration, making administration easier and adding the management of tasks like container migration a...

Daniel Clavijo March 4th, 2019
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Get your hands on v.5.8...

v.5.8 "Edge" is ready! OpenNebula 5.8 "Edge" is the fifth major release of the OpenNebula 5 series. As you will have seen in recent communications around the "beta" releases, we have focused on introducing enhanced features on the solid base of 5.6 Blue Flash, while highlighting several Edge-fo...

Michael Abdou February 26th, 2019
Blog, Experiences, News, Outreach

OpenNebula-based Edge s...

OpenNebula-based Edge Platform to be presented in 2019 Mobile World Congress With OpenNebula as a core component, CORD (Central Office Re-architectured as a Data Center) will be featured in Telefónica’s Edge Computing demos at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain from February 25-28. Stop by Telefonica's booth (Hall 3, Stand 3K31) to see the new generation of Central Offices that are fully IPv6 compl...

Michael Abdou February 22nd, 2019
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