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openQRM 3.5 released: Control your heterogenous virtualization jungle

Qlusters is pleased to announce the contribution of openQRM 3.5 open source release to the openQRM SourceForge project. The 3.5 open source release succeeds release 3.1.4 and includes a set of new features based on input from various datacenters and test/dev labs. Release 3.5 is available for download now.

It has been pleasing and rewarding to see the openQRM project grow rapidly since its launch in January 2006, including winning SourceForge’s “Project of The Month” in July 2006. The 120,000 downloads to date are the basis for numerous openQRM implementations in datacenters globally, and the many articles published in the industry discussing openQRM have established it as one of the leading open source solutions for systems provisioning and management.

Following release 3.5 – the last release from Qlusters – we hope the community will continue to evolve and develop openQRM together with Matt Rechenburg – openQRM’s active project manager, who has been doing a wonderful job not just in driving the community but also in evangelizing and promoting openQRM throughout the industry. Qlusters would like to wish the openQRM project community, and Matt Rechenburg, a future of prosperity and continued success.


Here's the announcement!

and download the Virtual Data Center Appliance version 3.1 here!

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