OpenNebula

Final Speakers Line-up and Schedule for OpenNebula Conference 2013 Announced

The OpenNebula Project today announced the complete line-up of speakers and the final schedule for the first OpenNebula Conference taking place from 24 to 26 of September in Berlin. The 3 day conference will have 6 keynotes, 2 tracks with 16 regular talks, 1 hands-on tutorial and 3 community sessions. Keynote speakers include Ignacio M. Llorente, OpenNebula; Daniel Concepción, Produban – Bank Santander;  Steven Timm, Fermilab;  André von Deetzen, Deutsche E-Post; Jordi Farrés, European Space Agency; Karanbir Singh, CentOS Project;  and Ruben S. Montero, C12G Labs. The talks are organized in three tracks about user experiences and case studies, integration with other cloud tools, and interoperability and HPC clouds and include speakers from organizations like CloudWeavers, Terradue, N...

OpenNebula Releases OpenNebula Flame (4.2) And OpenNebula Conference 2013 Schedule

The OpenNebula Project today announced the first update of  OpenNebula 4.0 Eagle, the fourth series of  OpenNebula cloud management platform. OpenNebula 4.2 will be shown at OpenNebula Conference 2013, from 24 to 26 of September in Berlin. The new update offers a unique, application-centric approach to help organizations increase business agility. – Ignacio M. Llorente, Director, OpenNebula. The news comes a few months after OpenNebula 4.0’s release earlier this year. Keeping in tradition of naming the new releases on lines of a Nebula, OpenNebula 4.2 has been named ‘ Flame’  after  Flame Nebula,  an emission nebula in the constellation Orion located about 900 to 1,500 light-years away from Earth. OpenNebula Flame includes the OpenNebula OneFlow component,  the multi-tier application...

OpenNebula Project Releases OpenNebula 4.0 Eagle; an Open-source Enterprise Cloud Manager

The OpenNebula Project today launched  OpenNebula 4.0,  the fourth  release of  OpenNebula cloud management platform, an open-source  solution deployed to build and manage virtualized data centers and enterprise clouds. Keeping in tradition of naming the new releases on lines of a Nebula, OpenNebula 4.0 has been named ‘Eagle’  after Eagle Nebula, a young open cluster of stars in the constellation Serpens,  located about 7,000 light-years away from Earth. Developed with help of feedback and contributions from its users, including the likes of NASA, Blackberry, Dell,  Cisco and  Akamai, OpenNebula 4.0 comes with  various bug fixes and new features in most of its subsystems,  with some of being: 1]  A redesigned Sunstone, with sleek and modern look and an updated workflow for most...

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