[one-users] OpenNebula Vs Eculayptus
Ignacio Martin Llorente
llorente at dacya.ucm.es
Fri Jul 3 08:20:59 PDT 2009
At FAQ you can see our answer to that question:
- Regarding PRIVATE CLOUD (Functionality for Virtualization of
Datacenter) computing I suggest you use our table at http://www.opennebula.org/doku.php?id=about#features
to compare with the functionality provided by Eucalyptus (this table
will change in few days with the release of OpenNebula 1.4)
- Regarding HYBRID CLOUD computing, OpenNebula provides on-demand
access to Amazon EC2 and ElasticHosts in order to scale-out a local
- Regarding PUBLIC CLOUD computing, although OpenNebula v1.2 does not
provide cloud interfaces, OpenNebula v1.4 (due in few days) will
incorporate a new Cloud interface. In fact it is providing a framework
to build any Cloud interface. For example to easily implement the
upcoming OCCI-API standard (http://forge.ogf.org/sf/projects/occi-wg).
As example, OpenNebula v1.4 implements a subset of the EC2 query API.
Because OpenNebula v1.4 also supports VMware, you will have a EC2 API
implementation on VMware.
Summarizing, we see OpenNebula as a toolkit to build any Cloud
Ignacio M. Llorente, Full Professor (Catedratico): http://dsa-research.org/doku.php?id=people:llorente
DSA Research Group: web http://dsa-research.org and blog http://blog.dsa-research.org
OpenNebula Virtual Infrastructure Engine: http://www.OpenNebula.org
Globus GridWay Metascheduler: http://www.GridWay.org
On 03/07/2009, at 15:25, Massimo Canonico wrote:
> Hi guys!
> I'm newbie.
> I'm playing with Eucalyptus (open.eucalyptus.com) and now I
> have took a quick look at OpenNebula web pages and it seems similar
> to Eucalyptus.
> I was wondering which are the main difference between the two
> Is there someone with experience on both approaches?
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