OpenNebula + Xen = Innovative Cloud Solution

The OpenNebula team is proud to announce the availability of OpenNebula 1.4 (Hourglass), a new stable release of the OpenNebula Virtual Infrastructure Manager.
OpenNebula focuses on incorporating bleeding edge technologies and innovations in many areas of virtual infrastructure management and Cloud Computing. OpenNebula 1.4 aims to be the swiss-army knife of Cloud Computing, letting you deploy any type of Cloud.
The OpenNebula team is proud to announce the availability of OpenNebula 1.4 (Hourglass), a new stable release of the OpenNebula Cloud Toolkit. OpenNebula focuses on incorporating bleeding edge technologies and innovations in many areas of virtual infrastructure management and Cloud Computing. OpenNebula 1.4 aims to be the swiss-army knife of Cloud Computing, letting you deploy any type of Cloud:
  • EC2 Query API interface on top of OpenNebula, so you can turn your OpenNebula installation in a Public Cloud
  • Support of OGF’s Open Cloud Compute Interface specification
  • Multiple user support and access-right control for Virtual Machines and Virtual Networks
  • Advance contextualization support to integrate VM packs and implement multi-component services
  • A new OpenNebula Cloud API (OCA) to easily develop any cloud interface or cloud application
  • Easy integration with your data-center services and procedures with a new hook system
  • Many bug fixes, and scalability and performance improvements in several components of the OpenNebula system
  • A whole new set of documentation pages, guides and examples
  • Support for LVM storage

Enjoy the technology!

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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.