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vagrant-ovirt4 - oVirt v4 provider for Vagrant

  •    Ruby

This is a Vagrant 1.1+ plugin that adds an oVirt v4 and allowing Vagrant to control and provision machines in oVirt. Currently pull-requests are tested via test-kitchen using kitchen-vagrant. See Jenkinsfile for more information. If you'd like to run them yourself, however, they make not work in all setups. For example they assume 192.168.2.0/24, host pinning will probably not have a host that's in all set ups, and the template names might not match.

Jiny-Kernel - JINY Kernel (Jana's tINY os) : Kernel designed from ground up for superior performance on cloud

  •    HTML

JINY is a cloud os designed from ground up for superior performance on virtual machine. More details of the Benchmarks are available at Jiny-Benchmarks..

rpc-openstack - Rackspace Private Cloud Offering based on OpenStack || Submit bugs to: https://bit

  •    Shell

The RPC-OpenStack repository contains additional scripts, variables, and options for deploying an OpenStack cloud. It is a thin wrapper around the OpenStack-Ansible deployment framework that is part of the OpenStack namespace. All-In-One (AIO) Deployment. An AIO is a quick way to test a RPC-OpenStack deployment. All of the cloud's internal services are deployed on the same server, which could be a physical server or a virtual machine.

node-libvirt - libvirt bindings for google v8 javascript engine (nodejs addon)

  •    C++

Node-Libvirt is a set of bindings to Libvirt API, which allows to use it from Javascript. You must have NodeJS and Libvirt already installed to be able to build node-libvirt.




addon-lxdone - Allows OpenNebula to manage Linux Containers via LXD

  •    Python

LXDoNe is an addon for OpenNebula to manage LXD Containers. It fits in the Virtualization and Monitorization Driver section according to OpenNebula's Architecture. It uses the pylxd API for several container tasks. This addon is the continuation of LXCoNe, an addon for LXC. Check the blog entry in OpenNebula official site. LXD is a daemon which provides a REST API to drive LXC containers. Containers are lightweight OS-level Virtualization instances, they behave like Virtual Machines but don't suffer from hardware emulation processing penalties by sharing the kernel with the host. They run bare-metal-like, simple containers can boot up in 2 seconds consuming less than 32MB of RAM and a minimal fraction of a CPU Core. Check out this performance comparison against KVM if you don't know much about LXD.