OpenNebula 6.0 ‘Mutara’ is the first stable release of the new OpenNebula 6 series. This release comes with a significant number of new functionalities, among which we can highlight the maturity of the new edge computing features developed in the context of the ONEedge innovation project to deploy on-demand distributed edge cloud environments based on OpenNebula.
These new edge computing features enable IT organizations to deploy true hybrid and multi-cloud environments that avoid vendor lock-in, reducing operational costs, expanding service availability, and enabling new ultra-low-latency applications.
The new OpenNebula 6.0 combines the agility, scalability and simplicity of the public cloud, with the greater levels of flexibility, performance and security of the private cloud, and leverages a geo-distributed offering of cloud and edge locations. It provides a single control panel with centralized operations and management that abstracts cloud functionality and ensures portability across providers.
Your journey to the Edge starts here!
Bring your Enterprise Cloud to the Edge
Expand service availability, and meet ultra-low-latency and data location requirements
Simplify True Hybrid and Multi-Cloud Adoption
Avoid vendor lock-in, reduce costs, and add extra security and isolation
Orchestrate Multi-Cluster Container Environments
Deploy and manage multiple Kubernetes clusters across cloud and edge locations
Main New Features
Edge Cloud Architecture
Run any workload, VMs and containers, on any resource, bare-metal or virtualized, anywhere, on-premises or on a public cloud provider.
Clusters as a Service
Deploy edge clusters as a service in just a few minutes using AWS and Equinix resources.
Enhanced Docker and Kubernetes Support
New support for Dockerfiles and a revamped marketplace to deploy CNCF-certified Kubernetes clusters in 1-click.
Easily provision and manage edge clusters on public and edge clouds using this rich UI interface.
New features for managing dynamic multi-tier services based on VMs and application containers.
Periodically save the data of your VMs in a remote storage location set up as a private marketplace.