Our newsletter contains the highlights of the OpenNebula project and its Community throughout the month.
Several important items and functionalities have been worked on or released this month, which are definitely worth mentioning:
- We released the powerful, yet simple tool called “miniONE“. With miniOne, you can now stand up a complete OpenNebula environment on a single host with just one command. And it takes no longer than a few minutes. Check out the detailed miniONE blog post.
- We have released a new appliance onto the OpenNebula Marketplace with a pre-installed WordPress 5.0 service. Take a look at the quick walk-through on the forum post and check it out!
- We have been firmly focused on our testing and validation of the LXD container support, along with vCenter driver updates, and we are getting very close to releasing a beta version for OpenNebula 5.8. Keep your eyes peeled!
As the holiday season approaches, and we coast into the new year, we give a big thanks to the User Community for your continued support and enthusiasm in pushing OpenNebula forward, and for sharing your experiences and insight.
- This month you will have seen the post from ETH Zurich’s Scientific IT Services on their implementation of OpenNebula with “Two-Factor Authentication”.
And as we look toward the new year, we have been working fervently on the OpenNebula plan for 2019:
- We sent out our 2018 User Survey with the hopes of getting useful insight into your needs and suggested areas of focus. Your feedback is extremely valuable, so we urge you to fill it out, if you haven’t already. (It takes 5 minutes, max).
- We will soon be wrapping up our OpenNebula TechDay schedule for 2019. We sent out a Call for Hosts, and are working on finalizing our schedule. There’s still time to submit your request to host a TechDay of your own.
We wish you all a wonderful holiday season, and look forward to ringing in the new year together!
Best wishes, and Stay Connected!