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Last days licenses of CoreCluster, CoreNode, CoreNetowrk and CoreTalk were changed to dial licensing model: GNU AGPL3 and commercial licensing
As you might noticed, code in all our repositories was updated. All main packages are now licensed in dual licensing model: GNU Affero GPL version 3 and commercial. In our official repositories you could find now AGPL versions of whole software.
Additionally, you could use our software in commercial way, without all restrictions made by GPL and AGPL licenses. If you purchase commercial license package you could use it as the closed-source software without all restrictions made by AGPL license.
Commercial licensing terms you can find at cloudover.io/licensing
In parallel we changed supported operating systems. Now the supported systems are:
From this time older distributions won't be supported.
New release of CoreCluster is out!
The latest release of CoreCluster contains several security updates - related to authentication methods and networking. It also adds some usability fixes in Administrator's panel. Now you can filter all virtual machines and images by users and/or computing nodes to easily find proper entities. Read more in the release notes of packages.
Update changes also default SHA1 algorithm to SHA512. Some issues related to using PyCore and CoreUI interfaces may be noticed by users registered in 16.12 and previous versions. Password change is recommended to fix this issues.
In our repository you should find new versions of CoreCluster, CoreNode, CoreNetwork and PyCore packages.
We just started the crowdfunding campaign at Indiegogo. If you are interested in participating in project development - please support us! We are collecting money to cover costs of additional infrastructure in datacenter to make proper tests of whole software and to let the audit to external companies.
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We are looking for companies interested in supporting our Open Source projects with cloud computing tools!
We are looking for support for development of our main projects:
So, if you want to make own contribution to project - financial or you just want to help with development - contact us! Any help is welcome. This will help us to develop it more intensely and outsource some work to specialists - especially the security audits.
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We also offer various workshops and trainings related to cloud computing and high availability environments. Check it at cloudover.io website.
We have pleasure to anounce our next presentation - CeBIT 2017
If you have opportunity to visit CeBIT 2017 - come and join to Maciej's prelection - Wednesday, 22 March in Hannover Messe. Presentation will be about the CoreCluster - how and where to use it. Also we will show our plans for the next year of CloudOver development. See you soon!
Thanks to the Ocado Technology we have place for next workshops - at Rakowicka 7, the Ocado office in Krakow. If you have opportunity to visit Krakow at the beginning of March - register and join to learn about Nginx
Where? Rakowicka 7, Krakow - Ocado Technology office
When? Friday, 3 March, 18:00
Register at Meetup
We have pleasure to introduce the Cloud built on the Rasberry PI computer.
This is kit for starting adventure with cloud computing systems in very simple way, without any expensive hardware. Learn how to manage virtual infrastructure and jump into the IaaS environment.
With CoreCluster Cloud Starter Kit you will get preinstalled and preconfigured management module, based on Raspberry PI. This kit contains boot-up instruction and all tools necessary to build private computing cloud and connect your computers as computing nodes.
We have pleasure to introduce new roadmap of CoreCluster project.
As you could noticed, we have new repository at GitHub - the Neon. This will be a Open Source P2P database, which will be core component of next releases of CoreCluster tools.
Making a cluster of databases for CoreCluster backend is quite difficult task for inexperienced administrators. As in most of projects we want to simplify most of tasks and keep it powerful. Since SQL databases are great and we not question it, this generates single point of failure in your system. Even, if you make a cluster of databases - look on architectures like OpenStack or CoreCluster. In whole system, there is small point - management and the extant part of cluster.
Neon is approach to make CoreCluster into fully P2P architecture. It means, that each node in cluster will have the same privileges, the same data set and will be independent of any management. Moreover - there won't be any central point of this cloud.
We want to use cryptography and distributed databases, like Bitcoin to keep everything secure and safe. If you want read more about our ideas behind Neon, follow our blueprints at ResearchGate
Since version 16.12 CoreCluster will be released in 6 months periods with only bugfixes and small improvements. It is not applicable to the extensions, which will be developed independently.
I've just created two forums at Google Groups. First, dedicated for users you could find here:
Second forum is dedicated for development issues and any work related to extending CoreCluster and other tools. Feel free to publish here: