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Building Private Clouds with OpenNebula 1.4 Cloud Computing on Linux CentOS5 v1.0

Building Private Clouds with OpenNebula 1.4 Cloud Computing on Linux CentOS5 v1.0

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Introduction
OpenNebula is a Virtual Infrastructure Manager for building Public, Private, and Hybrid Cloud infrastructures based on Xen, KVM, and VMware virtualization platforms. The current and the latest release of the OpenNebula 1.4 toolkit include more integration in its architecture. The toolkit is free and open source under the Apache License. With the right integrations, OpenNebula includes features that other open source cloud tools like Eucalyptus and Nimbus don't have.

OpenNebula 1.4 has a capability to provide on-demand access to Amazon EC2 and ElasticHosts Cloud providers. It also supports new local and Cloud interfaces, including libvirt (API toolkit for recent versions of Linux), EC2 Query API, and OGC OCCI API. The OpenNebula EC2 Query is a web service that enables users to launch and manage virtual machines in an OpenNebula installation using the Amazon EC2 Query interface, making your Private Cloud accessible through the EC2 Query tool. There is also support for multiple users, image transferring and cloning, virtual network management, and service contextualization. The contextualization support implements multi-component services and allows integration with VM packs. The Open Grid Forum Open Cloud Computing Interface (OCCI) working group is working on delivering on specification for remote management of cloud computing services, allowing for the development of interoperable tools for common tasks including deployment, autonomic scaling and monitoring.

Hands-On Labs Session
In this Hands-on manual, you will learn to setup your own private cloud with Linux CentOS5 server and OpenNebula 1.4. The Front-End node has two NICs; eth0 is attached to the Internet ad eth1 is connected to the LAN. We assume that your infrastructure follows a classical cluster-like architecture, with a front-end (cluster controller cluster01, and a set of worker nodes (node01, node02 etc). Upon completion of this hands-on lab session you should have gained expertise and skills to plan design implement and deploy your own private cloud using OpenNebula Cloud computing on Linux CentOS5 server.
Introduction
OpenNebula is a Virtual Infrastructure Manager for building Public, Private, and Hybrid Cloud infrastructures based on Xen, KVM, and VMware virtualization platforms. The current and the latest release of the OpenNebula 1.4 toolkit include more integration in its architecture. The toolkit is free and open source under the Apache License. With the right integrations, OpenNebula includes features that other open source cloud tools like Eucalyptus and Nimbus don't have.

OpenNebula 1.4 has a capability to provide on-demand access to Amazon EC2 and ElasticHosts Cloud providers. It also supports new local and Cloud interfaces, including libvirt (API toolkit for recent versions of Linux), EC2 Query API, and OGC OCCI API. The OpenNebula EC2 Query is a web service that enables users to launch and manage virtual machines in an OpenNebula installation using the Amazon EC2 Query interface, making your Private Cloud accessible through the EC2 Query tool. There is also support for multiple users, image transferring and cloning, virtual network management, and service contextualization. The contextualization support implements multi-component services and allows integration with VM packs. The Open Grid Forum Open Cloud Computing Interface (OCCI) working group is working on delivering on specification for remote management of cloud computing services, allowing for the development of interoperable tools for common tasks including deployment, autonomic scaling and monitoring.

Hands-On Labs Session
In this Hands-on manual, you will learn to setup your own private cloud with Linux CentOS5 server and OpenNebula 1.4. The Front-End node has two NICs; eth0 is attached to the Internet ad eth1 is connected to the LAN. We assume that your infrastructure follows a classical cluster-like architecture, with a front-end (cluster controller cluster01, and a set of worker nodes (node01, node02 etc). Upon completion of this hands-on lab session you should have gained expertise and skills to plan design implement and deploy your own private cloud using OpenNebula Cloud computing on Linux CentOS5 server.

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