Blog, Community, Project

OpenNebula Joins the In...

OpenNebula and Intel join forces to accelerate the development of network edge solutions in the market. As we continue to develop simple and flexible solutions to meet the massively growing needs for low-latency and distributed, lightweight compute power, OpenNebul...

Michael Abdou April 2nd, 2020
Blog, Community, Project

OpenNebula + Firecracke...

Firecracker is a new hypervisor⁠—widely used by AWS as part of its Fargate and Lambda services⁠—especially designed for creating and managing secure, multi-tenant container and function-based services. It enables to deploy workloads in lightweight VMs (c...

Christian González April 1st, 2020
Blog, Community, Newsletter

March 2020 – Open...

Our newsletter contains the highlights of the OpenNebula project and its Community throughout the month. Technology In mid-March, our Engineering Team (whose members, along with the rest of the OpenNebula Team, have been working from home for three weeks already) announced Hotfix Rel...

Alberto P. Martí March 31st, 2020
Blog, Community, Project

A Sneak Peek into OneFl...

After months of work, we have finally finished the OneFlow revamp and internal logic redesign! 🎉 OneFlow is one of the most powerful components in OpenNebula, as it allows our users to run complex services in their private cloud. We have focused on improving the internal logic while leaving the OneFlow API unchanged and providing the same functionalities it had in the past. In this ...

Alejandro Huertas March 23rd, 2020
Blog, Community, Cybersecurity, Project

Building Emulation Envi...

The focus of our research group at Sapienza University of Rome is cybersecurity. One of our current tasks involves developing models and algorithms for threat modeling and network hardening in computer networks. In practice, we generate huge “attack graphs” representing all possible ways an attacker could move laterally in a network by compromising networked systems. In this post I will provide an introduction to our work and to t...

Mara Sorella March 16th, 2020
Blog, Community, News, Project

Hotfix Release v.5.10.3...

A hotfix release is a type of incremental release that fixes specific issues. While OpenNebula is fully open source, packages from hotfix incremental versions are not publicly released, and are only available for users with an active support subscription. However, rest assured that the code is publicly available in the GitHub repository, as are the...

Michael Abdou March 10th, 2020
Blog, Community, Newsletter

February 2020 – O...

Our newsletter contains the highlights of the OpenNebula project and its Community throughout the month. Technology In mid-February, our Engineering Team announced Hotfix Release 5.10.2. While OpenNebula is fully open source, packages from hotfix incremental versions are no...

Alberto P. Martí February 29th, 2020
Blog, Community, Edge, Project

Join Our Edge Computing...

Hello Community! So much of what’s been built into OpenNebula has depended squarely on you - your contributions, your great insight, and your willingness to collaborate. And recently we have been taking a focused aim at expanding the capabilities of OpenNebula to the Edge Computing space. You’ll have seen the strides we are taking ...

Michael Abdou February 28th, 2020
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