vOneCloud 3.4 Released with VM migration between Clusters and Datastores
BURLINGTON, MA, April 3, 2019. OpenNebula Systems, the company behind the OpenNebula Project, announced today the immediate availability of the 3.4 stable version of vOneCloud, the virtual appliance for vSphere that transforms an existing VMware vCenter deployment into an automated, self-service private cloud. vOneCloud is commercially supported by OpenNebula Systems.
This new release of the appliance, tailored to ease the provisioning of resources from vSphere-based infrastructures, comes packed with exciting new features. vOneCloud 3.4, which is based on OpenNebula 5.8 ‘Edge’, brings a new self-provisioning model for networks, support for NIC aliases, automatic selection of Virtual Networks for VM NICs, the ability to migrate images from KVM to vCenter and vice-versa, support for VM migration between clusters and datastores, the ability to specify VM actions relative to VM start scheduled actions, the flexibility to change the boot order of VM devices, and a new configuration file with more freedom to change default behaviour during image importation.
The above features and components add to the already present ability to expose a multi-tenant cloud-like provisioning layer through the use of virtual data centers and a self-service portal. vOneCloud seamlessly integrates with running vCenter virtualised infrastructures, leveraging advanced features such as vMotion, HA or DRS scheduling provided by the VMware vSphere product family. If you are building a large-scale cloud, are interested in the federation of multiple cloud instances, hybrid deployments, or want to integrate with third party components, customize the product or manage open source hypervisors, we recommend an installation of OpenNebula.
OpenNebula will have a booth presence at VMworld 2019 US in San Francisco on August 25-29 and VMworld 2019 EU in Barcelona on November 4-7. Come visit us to see how you can build, in just a few minutes, a private cloud on your existing VMware environment.
vOneCloud is free to download and use, and very simple to install, with minimal configuration required. It is non-intrusive, requiring no changes to the existing infrastructure management tools in the datacenter.
More Information: https://vOneCloud.today
About OpenNebula and OpenNebula Systems
OpenNebula is a turnkey enterprise-ready solution that includes all the features needed to provide an on-premises (private) cloud offering, and to offer public cloud services. With tens of thousands of deployments, OpenNebula is used by industry leaders like Activision, CA Technologies, King, Telefonica, Akamai, Booking and BlackBerry, and research leaders like FermiLab, ESA and SurfSARA. OpenNebula Systems develops OpenNebula, supports its community, and provides support subscriptions, consulting, and training. OpenNebula Systems has a global presence with offices in Europe and the United States.
More Information: https://OpenNebula.org
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