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    OpenNebula 6.6 Boosting Support for Day-2 Cloud Operations

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    Building Out Your Enterprise Cloud

    MADRID–(BUSINESS WIRE)–OpenNebula 6.6 “Electra” is the fourth stable release of the OpenNebula 6 series, with an expressed focus on equipping and supporting Day-2 operations for production deployments. Almost every component of OpenNebula has been designed to target usability and functional improvements driven by the needs of its community of users and customers, including industry leaders like Microsoft, King, Dustin, Qt, CEWE, MX, EveryMatrix, Telefónica, and Iguane Solutions. As an enterprise-class product, OpenNebula offers a simple upgrade path to get to the most current version.

    This OpenNebula 6.6 release provides some key features and integrations that are designed to afford robust and simple maintenance, monitoring, and optimization for your enterprise cloud. One exciting addition is the new integration of Prometheus for enterprise monitoring, which includes packaging of a pre-configured Prometheus instance with metrics tailored for the optimal observability of an OpenNebula cloud. It also includes Prometheus Alert Manager with predefined alarms that can be enabled to react to issues with OpenNebula operations. Additionally, “Electra” provides a new set of three dynamic dashboards for Grafana, the open observability platform.

    Another new addition to OpenNebula 6.6 is a fully revamped Backup solution, based on datastore backends instead of private marketplaces as the previous solution offered, and a new type of image to represent datastores allowing for tier-based backup policies, leverage access control and quota systems, as well as support for different storage and backup technologies. It’s now possible to perform incremental backups based on two provided backup drivers: restic (which includes advanced features like compression, bandwidth limit, concurrent connections to a backend, among others) and rsync.

    Another area that has received several improvements to fit the requirements of Telco Cloud Providers is networking. The new features introduce several quality-of-life improvements for managing virtual networks, including live-updates of network attributes without the need of detaching and reattaching vNICs. Additionally, we have added more flexibility in the selection of PCI passthrough devices, and enhanced support for SR-IOV virtual functions.

    Check OpenNebula.io for detailed release notes and guidance on downloading the code.

    About OpenNebula Systems

    OpenNebula Systems develops OpenNebula, supports its Community, and provides SLA-based support, enterprise tools, consulting, and managed cloud services. OpenNebula Systems has a global presence with offices in Europe and the US.

    Check OpenNebula.io/enterprise for more information.

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    A software engineer as a profession. A tech blogger as a passion.

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