OpenNebula Clouds on Windows Server Hyper-V


More good news on Microsoft’s commitment to Interoperability in the cloud: last week Sandy Gupta, the General Manager for Microsoft’s Open Solutions Group, announced that Windows Server Hyper-V is now an officially supported hypervisor for OpenNebula.

This open source project is working on a prototype for release next month and it will soon be possible for customers to build and manage OpenNebula clouds on a Hyper-V based virtualization platform.

“Windows Server Hyper-V is an enterprise class virtualization platform that is getting rapidly and widely deployed in the industry. Given the highly heterogeneous environments in today’s data centers and clouds, we are seeing enablement of various Linux distributions including SUSE, CentOS, Red Hat, and CS2C on Windows Server Hyper-V, as well as emerging open source cloud projects like OpenNebula,” Gupta said in a blog post.

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