Release Notes: Minor bugfixes to offer the first stable, generally available version.
Release Notes: Minor bugfixes and feature enhancements
Release Notes: Minor improvements and dozens of fixed bugs.
Release Notes: New modules have been added (metering networking), several bugs resolved, and some improvements made.
Release Notes: The Xen plugin for full virtualized environments was improved and tested. abiCloud is now ready to deploy with Xen virtualization. PAE is now properly supported in VirtualBox. A physical server can now be deleted properly if a virtual app exists and has been used. An error in the init scripts was fixed. Minor bugs were solved in the networking process. Minor bugs were solved in the provision and deploy process.
Release Notes: Live installers are now available for the server and cloud nodes. An Abicloud server live installer is an openSUSE 11.1 distribution with all the libraries and software bundled in such a way that setting up a simple Abicloud infrastructure as a service deployment is a very simple process, almost without any intervention. You have all you need to test drive the platform in a single ISO image. The linux distribution detects the existing hardware the first time it boots.
Release Notes: This release includes hard and soft limits to control the use of resources of your enterprises. It has multi-datacenter environment improvements. It can manage more than one datacenter in your cloud infraestructure. It adds basic multi-virtualization technology environments: allow your users to create virtual appliance with one hypervisor or another. There are many usability and GUI improvements to facilitate the user experience. There is a Basic Refresh button to recover from disasters. There are many improvements in the Installation process.
Release Notes: A null pointer exception on KVM machine deployment has been fixed. When validating OVF XML documents, and an invalid document is encountered, the error is properly reported by the client.
Release Notes: This release has some fixes and improvements.
Release Notes: Libvirt support to manage KVM, XEN, etc. In this release, only KVM is tested. An Eventing module to allow managing and monitoring the events generated by the hypervisors in the cloud platform. Available in libvirt and virtualbox. The user can manage private IPs, assign them to any virtual machine, and manage the IP via external DHCP. Appliance Manager: an image repository that can connect to external repositories and download preconfigured images with the OVF standard.