Today, the OpenNebula project announces the general availability of the final release of OpenNebula 2.2.0. This is a stable version and it is targeted at production deployments. Clouds running any OpenNebula 2.0.x versions are recommended to upgrade to this release.
Among the new features, OpenNebula 2.2.0 includes Sunstone, a web application to control your cloud with lots of eye candy. OpenNebula 2.2.0 also brings important new features in the fault tolerance and scalability areas. OpenNebula 2.2 is the seventh major release of the project and with it, it continues to fulfill the promise of building a state-of-the-art open source toolkit that also addresses the scalability, flexibility and security requirements of large-scale production systems.
As usual OpenNebula releases are named after a Nebula. The Cat’s Eye Nebula (NGC 6543, Caldwell 6) is a planetary nebula in the constellation of Draco.
The OpenNebula project would like to thank the community for their effort and valuable contributions that have made possible this release; the European Commission for founding part of the developments of this release through the StratusLab and BonFIRE research grants; and our private sponsor, C12G Labs, for supporting the community and software contributions.
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The OpenNebula Team
Lead Cloud Engineer & Chief Architect at OpenNebula