Here is our newsletter for July 2011, summarizing news from the previous month that you may have missed on our blog and Twitter feed.
We released OpenNebula 2.2.1, a maintenance release intended to fix a security issue found in the cloud servers (OCCI and econe).
Rodrigue Chakode contributed a new ecosystem component, SVMSched, a tool designed to enable on-demand SaaS clouds on virtual infrastructures managed with OpenNebula.
The OpenNebula project joined the Open Virtualization Alliance, a consortium committed to fostering the adoption of open virtualization technologies including Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM).
The openSUSE wiki includes a detailed guide on how to create a private cloud with openSUSE and OpenNebula
The StratusLab project released StratusLab 1.0, which included OpenNebula 2.2
At the workshop Towards a Cloud Computing Strategy for Europe: Matching Supply and Demand (part of the 1st Digital Agenda Assembly), Ignacio M. Llorente gave a presentation highlighting OpenNebula as a European success story in cloud computing research and innovation.
Finally, don’t forget member of the OpenNebula team will be participating in a variety of upcoming events.
About July 2011
The OpenNebula team continues to work hard on releasing a first beta of the new OpenNebula 3.0. Stay tuned!