The OpenNebula team is proud to announce a new maintenance release of OpenNebula 4.14.2 Great A’Tuin. This release comes with several bug fixes found after the 4.14 release. These bug fixes covers different OpenNebula components like the Cloud View self service portal, Sunstone web interface, OpenNebula Core and several drivers (VM, IM, Network, Auth), as well as with the OneGate component. Check the full list of bug fixes in the development portal.
Besides the bug fixes mentioned above, 4.14.2 includes several improvements:
- Extend list of Cloud View available operations, to include snapshots, nic and disk hotplugging, schedule actions and rename. Additionally, make the list of available operations customizable.
- Allow template substitutions in PUBLIC_CLOUD sections.
- Monitoring through CloudWatch for EC2 VMs.
- Improvements in VXLAN support.
- Update EC2 instance types.
- Quiesce support for qcow2 disks.
- UserData for EC2 available as User Input.
- Add context support for EC2 instances.
- Import SoftLayer VMs with FQDN as name instead of deploy id.
- Update econe server to support Signature Version 4.
- SSL support for OneGate.
- Improved import resources dialog for vCenter, including pagination.
- Better support for external tabs.
- Improved Sunstone update avoiding cache issues.
- Sunstone kerberos support.
- VNC security improvement.
- Performance improvements in Sunstone.
- Support for VMware customization specs in vCenter.
- Better network information display for vCenter.
- Name in vCenter VMs for aid in VM identification.
- Prefix resources with cluster names in vCenter.
- Multi vCenter cluster VM templates support.
- OneGate support for vCenter and EC2.
- Improvements in documentation: ssh timeouts, vnet permissions and Ceph.
If you haven’t had the chance so far to try OpenNebula 4.14, now is the time to download and install OpenNebula 4.14.2 Great A’Tuin. The team have also updated the Sanboxes if you want to take Great A’Tuin for a test drive.
As as highlight, find below a screencast describing the new import feature that allows importing VMs running in public cloud providers, vCenter, XEN and KVM environments to be managed through OpenNebula.
The team is working on a new version of the Marketplace compatible with 4.14.2, as well as a new set of context packages.