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"OpenNebula is the industry standard for on-premise IaaS cloud computing, offering the most feature-rich, flexible solution for the comprehensive management of virtualized data centers to enable private, public and hybrid (cloudbursting) clouds. OpenNebula interoperability makes cloud an evolution by leveraging existing IT infrastructure, protecting your investments, and avoiding vendor lock-in."


Install the opennebulaAUR package from the AUR. For those interested in running the latest bleeding edge version of OpenNebula, install the opennebula-unstableAUR package, also in the AUR.


OpenNebula supports multiple hypervisors (QEMU-KVM, Xen, VMware) which means that the configuration of your OpenNebula deployment is dependent on which hypervisor technology you plan on using, but because OpenNebula uses libvirt for managing virtual machines (VMs) some of the OpenNebula configuration is hypervisor agnostic. The hypervisor agnostic configuration will be in this section and the hypervisor dependent configuration will be in the appropriate sub-sections.

See also: libvirt

Configuration specific to QEMU-KVM

To be added later

See also: QEMU and KVM

Configuration specific to Xen


See also: Xen

Configuration specific to VMware


See also: VMware