The OpenNebula Virtual Infrastructure Engine

As first post in this community blog, I would like to introduce one of the new projects within the Xen Community. We started OpenNebula a few years ago in order to provide an open-source alternative to commercial tools for the dynamic management of VMs on distributed resources.  OpenNebula provides an efficient, dynamic and scalable management of Xen VMs within datacenters, private clouds, involving a large amount of virtual and physical servers. Let me enumerate its main features and provide some links for more details:

OpenNebula is one of the components being enhanced in the context of RESERVOIR, European research initiative in virtualized infrastructures and cloud computing.

The OpenNebula Team

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About imllorente

Dr. Ignacio M. Llorente is a Full Professor in Computer Architecture and Technology at Universidad Complutense de Madrid, where he leads the Distributed Systems Architecture Group. He is co-leading research and development efforts, such as the OpenNebula VM Manager and the Globus GridWay Metascheduler, and involved in international research projects, such as EGEE-III, BEinGRID, RESERVOIR and Glbus Alliance.