This coming August 25-29, 2019, OpenNebula Systems will be in San Francisco, CA at the VMworld US 2019 event. This is a “must-attend” event in the world of Virtualization and Cloud Computing, riddled with industry experts. And we will be stationed in the midst of the “Solutions Exchange”, prepped and excited to showcase our newly released vOneCloud 3.4.1 – the open-source replacement for VMware vCloud. You’ll be able to see a live demo of how a VMware-based infrastructure can be turned into a cloud with a fully functional self-service portal in 5 minutes!
We’ll also be sharing some of our latest developments and insights into what’s in store for upcoming releases of vOneCloud 3.6 and OpenNebula 5.10. Here’s a quick peek:
OpenNebula 5.10 and vOneCloud 3.6 will include support for VMware NSX-V, comprised of main features like:
- Logical switches
- Distributed Firewall (DFW)
- Security Groups (SG)
And as a first step toward the integration with VMware NSX-T, Opaque Networks will be supported, allowing:
- Creation / Delete / Import / Attach / Detach in NSX-T environments
- Import / Attach / Detach in VMC on AWS environments.
You’ll soon be able to work with logical switches to Create, Delete, Modify, Attach and Detach virtualwires through OpenNebula to its instances and templates. Also, microsegmentation will be supported thanks to working in conjunction with Distributed Firewall and Security Groups, enabling the next level of security even for servers on the same network.
Another improvement in the VMware integration will be support for VMRC through Sunstone using HTML5. This will avoid the need to connect directly from the client browser to the ESX running the specific VM to gain console access. Full support for all disk buses (SATA, IDE, SCSI) will be added, as well. And vCenter Driver refactoring, better error handling and performance improvements are all lined up.
If you are planning on attending, don’t forget to register. And make sure to stop by and catch up with us at Booth # 1669.
Customer Success Manager at OpenNebula