[one-users] Does Nebula supports High Availability?

Carlos Martín Sánchez cmartin at opennebula.org
Mon Sep 12 02:59:14 PDT 2011


OpenNebula was developed to be highly available at multiple levels.

- The last stable release of OpenNebula (v2.2) provides easy to use and
cost-effective failover functionality with configurable behaviour in the
event of host, VM, or OpenNebula instance failure (

- The new stable release of OpenNebula (v3.0), due in two weeks,
additionally supports database backends configured in HA using MySQL
Cluster. (

You can also check this post http://blog.opennebula.org/?p=1523

Best regards.
Carlos Martín, MSc
Project Major Contributor
OpenNebula - The Open Source Toolkit for Cloud Computing
www.OpenNebula.org <http://www.opennebula.org/> | cmartin at opennebula.org

On Sat, Sep 10, 2011 at 6:56 PM, Mustafa Qasim <alajal at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> I've evaluated eucalyptus and was disappointed by not having the high
> availability (in case of hardware failure etc) in it's current stable
> release. Does Nebula's current stable release supports high availability of
> instances in case any node controller goes down?
> --
> *Mustafa Qasim*
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>  http://blog.mustu.info
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