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 March 30th, 2012. The OpenNebula project is proud to announce the availability of the beta release of OpenNebula 3.4 (Wild Duck). The software brings countless valuable contributions by many members of our community, and specially from Research in Motion, Logica, Terradue 2.0, CloudWeavers,​ Clemson University, and Vilnius University. March 30th, 2012. The OpenNebula project is proud to announce the availability of the beta release of OpenNebula 3.4 (Wild Duck). The software brings countless valuable contributions by many members of our community, and specially from Research in Motion, Logica, Terradue 2.0, CloudWeavers,​ Clemson University, and Vilnius University.
  
-This release is focused on extending the storage capabilities of OpenNebula, including support for multiple Datastores. The new functionality overcomes the single Image Repository limitations in previous versions. The use of multiple datastores provides extreme flexibility in planning the storage backend and important performance benefits, such as balancing I/O operations between storage servers, defining different SLA and QoS for different VM types or users, or easily scaling the cloud storage.+This release is focused on extending the storage capabilities of OpenNebula, including support for multiple Datastores. The new functionality overcomes the single Image Repository limitations in previous versions. The use of multiple datastores provides extreme flexibility in planning the storage backend and important performance benefits, such as balancing I/O operations between storage servers, defining different SLA policies (e.g. backup) ​and features ​for different VM types or users, or easily scaling the cloud storage.
  
 OpenNebula 3.4 also features improvements in other systems, especially in the core with the support of logic resource pools, the EC2 API with the support of elastic IPs, the Sunstone and Self-service portals with new cool features, and the EC2 hybrid cloud driver that now supports EC2 features like tags, security groups or VPCs. See below for highlights in these components. OpenNebula 3.4 also features improvements in other systems, especially in the core with the support of logic resource pools, the EC2 API with the support of elastic IPs, the Sunstone and Self-service portals with new cool features, and the EC2 hybrid cloud driver that now supports EC2 features like tags, security groups or VPCs. See below for highlights in these components.