OpenNebula to Support Windows Server Hyper-V

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted September 30, 2011


Microsoft is collaborating with OpenNebula project team members to add Windows ServerHyper-V support. As reported on Redmond Mag, a prototype build integrating Windows Server Hyper-V with OpenNebula is planned for mid-October. The integration will support Hyper-V on Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1.


 

"The collaboration, announced on Tuesday, represents another example of Microsoft's outreach to open source communities and projects. In this case, the OpenNebula project focuses on maintaining open source code for a management toolkit used to support private, public and hybrid cloud datacenters in infrastructure-as-a-service deployments. The OpenNebula management toolkit is used by education, government, telecom and hosting entities, among others (see this list). It's released under an Apache open source license."

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