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July 2023 β€” OpenNebula Newsletter

July 2023 OpenNebula Newsletter

Francisco Picolini

Open Source Community Manager at OpenNebula Systems

Aug 1, 2023

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Despite July being a more quiet period for us, as this is the time when the OpenNebula team decides on their well-deserved vacation time. Amidst this quieter phase, our engineering team produced a new Enterprise Edition Maintenance Release: OpenNebula 6.6.3 EE! This exclusive version for customers with an active OpenNebula Subscription incorporates additional bug fixes and software patches with minor enhancements developed by OpenNebula Systems.

The fun doesn’t stop here! We’ve been tirelessly working towards enhancing your user experience with a significant transformation – the transition from OpenNebula Sunstone to the more advanced FireEdge Sunstone. We previously hinted at this in our last update, and now we invite you to explore this new OpenNebula GUI. Give it a go and let us know what you think! πŸ€“


Last month marked a pretty important milestone for our OpenNebula community where we celebrated the 15th Anniversary of the first OpenNebula release. In a tribute worthy of an interstellar saga, a congratulatory message has traveled across the vast expanse of the cosmos, from a galaxy far, far away… We invite you to view this special transmission here and join us as we continue on this voyage of innovation and growth ✨


Following our successful engagement at OpenNebulaCon2023, we have collaborated with MX to present an insightful case study. Explore how MX harnesses the power of OpenNebula Enterprise to effectively manage its cloud infrastructure and successfully scale to accommodate tens of millions of end users on their OpenNebula Platform 🀩

In addition to this, we published an in-depth post on the recent integration of Prometheus with the OpenNebula Enterprise Edition. You can now use it with Grafana to create custom dashboards, offering a real-time display of key metrics such as CPU usage, memory usage, and disk usage across your OpenNebula hosts. Moreover, you can manage alerts, providing a reliable method to monitor your cloud infrastructure and promptly receive notifications about specific event occurrences πŸ–₯️


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