December 13, 2010
MADRID, December 13, 2010 -- C12G Labs announced today a major new release of OpenNebulaPro, the enterprise-ready edition of the OpenNebula Toolkit. OpenNebula is the most flexible and innovative enterprise-class cloud computing tool for managing a data center's virtual infrastructure. The open-source toolkit includes production-ready features for integration, management, scalability, security and accounting that many enterprise IT shops need for private and hybrid cloud adoption. OpenNebulaPro includes the most recent thoroughly tested and quality-controlled version of OpenNebula and tested software extensions for its operation in business environments. OpenNebulaPro can be used to create customized distributions to meet the performance, integration and configuration requirements of customer's and partner's infrastructure, processes or use cases.
OpenNebulaPro is provided under open-source license to customers and partners on an annual subscription basis through the new OpenNebula.pro Support Portal. The subscription model brings several additional benefits in terms of long term support, production-level support with professional SLAs, integration support for optimal and scalable execution in any hardware and software combination, certification support to validate compatibility with complementary components and customizations, regular updates and upgrades, and additional tools for the administration of OpenNebula cloud instances in production environments. Supported Linux distributions are RedHat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, Ubuntu, Debian, OpenSuse and Suse Linux Enterprise, supported hypervisors are KVM, Xen and VMware ESX/ESXi/vCenter, and supported cloud providers for cloud bursting include Amazon EC2.
About C12G Labs
C12G Labs is a cloud computing technology company built on the understanding of its customers and partners needs and delivering the cloud management software, support and services to make them successful. The company is oriented to address channel partner requirements and to support them to create solutions, products and services around OpenNebulaPro, a certified and supported enterprise grade edition of the OpenNebula toolkit with additional features for its operation and management in business and large-scale environments. This cutting-edge technology and the value-added services are available to customers and partners with an active subscription.
For more info: http://www.C12G.com
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