If you are creating a cloud on KVM, LVM or VMware vCenter, you can build OpenNebula from the source code or download the packages for your favorite Linux distribution. You can always evaluate OpenNebula first by using vOneCloud—our virtual appliance for VMware vSphere—or MiniONE—our deployment tool for installing a single-node KVM or LXD cloud inside a virtual machine or physical host.
Do You Already Have an Established VMware Environment?
We recommend you try vOneCloud, our CentOS Linux virtual appliance for vSphere that contains all required OpenNebula services and is optimized to work on existing VMware vCenter deployments.
Access more than 40 ready-to-use service appliances with simple, deployable services, and all the necessary packages already installed.
- Ubuntu 19.10
Ubuntu 19.10 image for KVM, LXD and vCenter.
- Service Kubernetes
Appliance with preinstalled Kubernetes for KVM hosts.
- Service GitLab CE
Appliance with preinstalled GitLab CE for KVM hosts.
- Service WordPress
Appliance with preinstalled WordPress for KVM hosts.
Give Us Feedback
OpenNebula support is provided by an active community on a best-effort basis.
Make sure to check the specific guides for the storage and virtualization solutions available in your cloud.
The existing discussions in the OpenNebula Forum are a rich source of useful information.
Ask your questions in the OpenNebula Forum. Be specific and provide info about your environment (OpenNebula version, hypervisor, OS…).
You can also find help in the #opennebula IRC channel on Freenode.
Support is offered by OpenNebula developers, with product influence and privacy guarantee at a competitive cost.