Ganeti

Google Ganeti
Ganeti is a virtual machine cluster management tool developed by Google.wikipedia
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Solution stack

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The solution stack uses either Xen, KVM, or LXC as the virtualization platform, LVM for disk management, and optionally DRBD for disk replication across physical hosts or shared storage for external replication.

Synnefo

Synnefo manages multiple Google Ganeti clusters at the backend that handle low-level VM operations and uses Archipelago to unify cloud storage.

Ceph (software)

CephCephFSCeph file system
The block device can be virtualized, providing block storage to virtual machines, in virtualization platforms such as Apache CloudStack, OpenStack, OpenNebula, Ganeti, and Proxmox Virtual Environment.

Google

Google Inc.Google, Inc.Google LLC
Ganeti is a virtual machine cluster management tool developed by Google. It is used by Google for some of its computing infrastructure and also by the Linux Foundation (formerly Open Source Development Labs) for hosting open source projects.

Xen

XenServerXenSourceXen Cloud Platform
The solution stack uses either Xen, KVM, or LXC as the virtualization platform, LVM for disk management, and optionally DRBD for disk replication across physical hosts or shared storage for external replication.

Kernel-based Virtual Machine

KVMLinux KVMVirtIO
The solution stack uses either Xen, KVM, or LXC as the virtualization platform, LVM for disk management, and optionally DRBD for disk replication across physical hosts or shared storage for external replication.

LXC

LXC containersContainerLinux containers
The solution stack uses either Xen, KVM, or LXC as the virtualization platform, LVM for disk management, and optionally DRBD for disk replication across physical hosts or shared storage for external replication.

Logical Volume Manager (Linux)

LVMLogical Volume ManagerLVM2
The solution stack uses either Xen, KVM, or LXC as the virtualization platform, LVM for disk management, and optionally DRBD for disk replication across physical hosts or shared storage for external replication.

Distributed Replicated Block Device

DRBD
The solution stack uses either Xen, KVM, or LXC as the virtualization platform, LVM for disk management, and optionally DRBD for disk replication across physical hosts or shared storage for external replication.

Free and open-source software

free and open-sourcefree and open source softwareFOSS
Since 2007 Ganeti is developed and released as free and open-source software.

GNU General Public License

GPLGNU GPLGPLv2
Originally subject to the requirements of the GNU General Public License (GPL) version 2, the license was changed to the [[BSD Licenses#2-clause license .28.22Simplified BSD License.22 or .22FreeBSD License.22.29|2-clause BSD license]] in version 2.11.6, released September 2014.

Linux Foundation

The Linux FoundationPatent CommonsEmbedded Linux Conference
It is used by Google for some of its computing infrastructure and also by the Linux Foundation (formerly Open Source Development Labs) for hosting open source projects.

Open Source Development Labs

OSDLOpen Source Development LabThe Open Source Development Lab (OSDL)
It is used by Google for some of its computing infrastructure and also by the Linux Foundation (formerly Open Source Development Labs) for hosting open source projects.

Hypervisor

hypervisorsvirtual machine monitorhost machine

BSD licenses

BSD licenseBSDNew BSD License
Originally subject to the requirements of the GNU General Public License (GPL) version 2, the license was changed to the [[BSD Licenses#2-clause license .28.22Simplified BSD License.22 or .22FreeBSD License.22.29|2-clause BSD license]] in version 2.11.6, released September 2014.

Ganeti Web Manager

Ganeti Web Manager is a web-based management interface for the Ganeti solution stack for virtual machine clusters.

Linux range of use

versatility
There is also software for managing clusters, e.g., Pacemaker, Linux-HA, DRBD, oVirt, openQRM, Ganeti, Eucalyptus, AppScale, or OpenNebula.