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software:rnotes:rn-rel2.0 [2010/10/23 09:01]
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 <​html><​div><​p class="​bigheader">​OpenNebula 2.0 Final, Codename Orion.</​p></​div></​html>​ <​html><​div><​p class="​bigheader">​OpenNebula 2.0 Final, Codename Orion.</​p></​div></​html>​
  
-The OpenNebula team is very proud to announce the release of a new stable version of the OpenNebula Toolkit. OpenNebula 2.0 marks the end of a [[http://​blog.opennebula.org/?​p=898|large and laborious release cycle]] and an important milestone for the project in terms of functionality,​ maturity and community engagement. Apart from many exciting new features for your Cloud and an improved scalability and robustness, with this release we have also opened the [[http://​blog.opennebula.org/?​p=891|project QA & testing procedures]];​ and a new [[software:​addons|add-on section]] for high-quality,​ third-party ​ open-source components, has been started. ​  +25th October, 2010. The OpenNebula team is very proud to announce the release of a new stable version of the OpenNebula Toolkit. OpenNebula 2.0 marks the end of a [[http://​blog.opennebula.org/?​p=898|large and laborious release cycle]] and an important milestone for the project in terms of functionality,​ maturity and community engagement. Apart from many exciting new features for your Cloud and an improved scalability and robustness, with this release we have also opened the [[http://​blog.opennebula.org/?​p=891|project QA & testing procedures]];​ and a new [[software:​addons|add-on section]] for high-quality,​ third-party ​ open-source components, has been started. ​  
    
 OpenNebula 2.0 is targeted at production environments and 1.4 installations are recommended to update. Note that this new release will break compatibility with OpenNebula 1.4 (at DB and API levels), therefore current resources must be recreated in the new system. OpenNebula 2.0 is targeted at production environments and 1.4 installations are recommended to update. Note that this new release will break compatibility with OpenNebula 1.4 (at DB and API levels), therefore current resources must be recreated in the new system.
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 ====== Getting OpenNebula 2.0 ====== ====== Getting OpenNebula 2.0 ======
  
-The complete source tree for OpenNebula can be [[http://​downloads.dsa-research.org/​opennebula/​| freely downloaded here]]. The compilation has been tested on the main linux distributions,​ please check the [[documentation:​rel2.0:​notes|platform notes]] for more information.+The complete source tree for OpenNebula can be [[http://​downloads.opennebula.org| freely downloaded here]]. The compilation has been tested on the main linux distributions,​ please check the [[documentation:​rel2.0:​notes|platform notes]] for more information.
  
 Also binary packages for Ubuntu 10.04, CentOS 5.5, Debian 5.0.6 and RHEL 5.5  are available for download. Also binary packages for Ubuntu 10.04, CentOS 5.5, Debian 5.0.6 and RHEL 5.5  are available for download.