Addendum 1 (14:41 PDT, March 14, 2013): This is not a personal recommendation. Previous message: [Openstack] CY13-Q1 Community Analysis — OpenStack vs OpenNebula vs Eucalyptus vs CloudStack Next message: [Openstack] Keystone Design Session - Fine Grained Access Control Benevolent dictator governance is the model followed by other successful projects like Android or Linux Kernel, and, in our view, it is the most effective way to focus on engineering quality, to be responsive to the users, and to ensure long term support. For managing sets of hypervisors. Although they do not have a broad ecosystem now, they will be critical in future cloud interoperability and portability. Please see that such recommendation is made by the vendors involved in OpenStack, and not by me: – RedHat http://www.redhat.com/about/news/press-archive/2012/8/red-hat-announces-preview-version-of-enterprise-ready-openstack-distribution CloudStack is most compared with OpenNebula, Red Hat CloudForms, VMware vRealize Automation (vRA), vCloud Director and Cisco CloudCenter, whereas Fortinet FortiPortal is most compared with Fortinet FortiGate Cloud, SaltStack and VMware vRealize Operations (vROps). Look at Rack Space’s OpenStack. VMware vRealize Automation (vRA) vs. CloudStack, VMware vRealize Automation (vRA) vs. OpenNebula. My point here is about the readiness of the cloud management platform to work in production as a component within those environments. CY13-Q4 Community Analysis — OpenStack vs OpenNebula vs Eucalyptus vs CloudStack Is it a compromise between benevolent dictator and foundation? FUD such as yours, however, is unfair and inaccurate, and ultimately only casts OpenNebula in a bad light. CloudStack rates 4.4/5 stars with 24 reviews. OpenNebula vs OpenStack: What are the differences? You must select at least 2 products to compare! As for question 2) the answer is much more complicated. It can be compared with other Cloud Management platforms like Openstack and Cloudstack. You claim that it isn’t production ready because “the open source software isn’t ready for enterprise use and commercially supported”. View Post author By Sidharth Sahu; Post date October 13, 2014; With the increasing numbers of Cloud Service Providers it is very important to know how each Cloud Management Platforms (CMPs) performs in an open cloud ecosystem. CY13-Q4 Community Analysis — OpenStack vs OpenNebula vs Eucalyptus vs CloudStack None of these are part of the OpenStack Cluster itself, and given that they already exist, reusing this work makes a lot more sense than implementing similar functionality within OpenStack. I suppose others can still make derivatives of OpenNebula. User-friendly, scalable, and easy API use. However, it is private cloud oriented and you would need to figure out the dashboard that your customers would be facing yourself, as well as the billing system. CloudStack vs. OpenStack 3/10/2014 11 . OpenStack ecosystem in OpenStack, and Amazon in the other three… I think Amazon ecosystem is the de facto gold standard. Which is the most important measure of openness in cloud computing? 2) Is the open source software commercially supported? Independently of whether the software is being used for development or for production purposes, it is understood that a corporation needs the open-source cloud management platform to be enterprise ready, which means to be stable, long-term commercially supported, and with a clear upgrade process. If you want to do the baking yourself, we’ve published the recipe we use.” It’s no different than OpenNebula’s model. From the perspective of the user, we would suggest to use the following measures: No much more to say about cloud API ecosystems, we do not want to start a new discussion about which of the cloud APIs is a de-facto standard and which ecosystem is bigger and growing faster (please see addendum 2). In a benevolent dictator model, the original vendor has complete freedom to change license and has unlimited rights. There are features added in Core that aren’t in a specific release yet, but that is the nature of the beast. OpenNebula vs CloudStack Posted by ITJUMPSTART on October 4, 2011 The OpenNebula Project Project is proud to announce the third major release of its widely deployed OpenNebula Toolkit, a fully open-source enterprise-grade cloud computing tool for the complete and comprehensive management of clouds and virtualized data centers. At least, in our case I can say that all enhancements will be open-source and contributed back to our project. Que es Opennebula. Save See this . Let’s start here: these platforms were designed as cloud computing has become an integral part for many organizations. Further, you misunderstand and mischaracterize what the press releases from the OpenStack vendors are saying. Look at Cisco’s OpenStack. © 2020 IT Central Station, All Rights Reserved. Ovirt and proxmox are more like vmware. When reading the "2014 OpenNebula Cloud Architecture Survey Results" I noticed the paragraph that discusses hypervisor support and saw that the Xen Project hypervisor, the Xen Cloud Platform, and XenServer are not supported:. reviews by company employees or direct competitors. 「CloudStack API」で「REST」/「Amazon EC2」などに接続できます。 経緯. OpenNebula rates 4.2/5 stars with 7 reviews. Add Product. comparison of CloudStack vs. OpenNebula. Contact 54 Web: C-Cube Consulting [email protected]
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3/10/2014 . Here are some excerpts of what they said: More CloudStack Pricing and Cost Advice », More OpenNebula Pricing and Cost Advice ». Questions 3/10/2014 55 . We validate each review for authenticity via cross-reference CloudStack is most compared with OpenNebula, Red Hat CloudForms, VMware vRealize Automation (vRA), vCloud Director and Accelerite CloudPlatform, whereas Velostrata is most compared with CloudEndure Live Migration, CloudPhysics, Racemi Cloud Path, Densify and Turbonomic. eucalyptus community version is a limited version. I previously wrote another different article (https://www.opennebula.io/?p=4042) to describe the cloud model and philosophy implemented by the different CMPs. On the other side, any organization interested in using OpenStack, and requiring commercial support and enterprise maturity, is recommended (please see addendum 1) to deploy any of the several enterprise distributions that are being released by the vendors contributing to the project.