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C12G Labs Announces the Release of OpenNebula Pro 3.0

C12G Labs

Nov 28, 2011

C12G Labs announced today a major new release of OpenNebulaPro, the enterprise edition of the OpenNebula Toolkit. The third generation of OpenNebula, released two months ago, is helping many organizations make the transition toward the next generation of cloud infrastructures by supporting multiple fully-isolated virtual data centers, advanced multi-tenancy with fine-grained access control, and multiple zones potentially hosted in different geographical locations. This new release has also brought important benefits to cloud users and administrators with a greatly improved SunStone GUI that provides easy access to all the new features in 3.0 and a new oZones GUI to manage zones and virtual data centers. Other features included in this release are new authentication methods with usage quotas, a VM template repository, a new monitoring and accounting service, and a new network subsystem with support for Open vSwitch and 802.1Q tagging. OpenNebula allows data centers to provide cloud services by leveraging their existing IT assets, instead of building a new system from the ground up, thus protecting existing investments and avoiding vendor lock-in.

OpenNebulaPro 3.0 integrates the most recent stable version of OpenNebula 3.0 with the bug, performance, and scalability patches developed by the community and by C12G for its customers and partners. Compared to OpenNebula, the expert production and integration support of OpenNebulaPro and its higher stability increase IT productivity, speed time to deployment, and reduce business and technical risks. Supported Linux distributions are RedHat Enterprise Linux, Suse Linux Enterprise, CentOS, Ubuntu, Debian and OpenSuse; supported hypervisors are VMware ESX/ESXi, KVM and Xen; and the supported cloud provider for cloudbursting is Amazon Web Services.

OpenNebulaPro 3.0 is provided under open-source license to customers and partners on an annual subscription basis through the Support Portal. The subscription model brings several additional benefits in terms of long term multi-year support, production-level support with professional SLAs, integration support for optimal and scalable execution in any hardware and software combination, certification support to validate compatibility with complementary components and customizations, guaranteed patches, regular updates and upgrades, product influence, and privacy and security guarantee, and all at a competitive cost without high upfront fees.


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