Announcing oneInsight – A visualization Addon for OpenNebula

We’re pleased to announce oneInsight, a visualization addon for OpenNebula that allows users to have at-a-glance, an insight of the load of managed hosts. It provides various kinds of load mappings, that currently include the following metrics:

  • CPU used by OpenNebula-managed virtual machines;
  • Memory used by managed virtual machines;
  • Effective CPU used by all system processes, including processes outside of managed virtual machines;
  • Effective memory used by all system processes.

Here is a screenshot showing an overview of CPU used.


oneInsight enables many benefits, as well for cloud operators than for business managers:

  • Provides a simple and comprehensible load charting that allows you to have at-a-glance an accurate insight on how servers are loaded, so to let you plan migrations and capacity upgrading if necessary;
  • Provides, via tooltip and popup, details about each server in zero or one click;
  • High class visualization that saves you from command line output;
  • Lightweight HTML/Javascript stack that can be deployed on any server within your IT infrastructure, just need a valid OpenNebula user account and a network access to OpenNebula server.

About the Contribution

oneInsight is hosted like add-on by OpenNebula project, read the announcement in the OpenNebula blog.

oneInsight is a new project, and there is a lot of things concerning data visualization in OpenNebula. Contributors are welcome, we apply the Github Pull Request model for contributions in code and documentation.

On behalf of RealOpInsight Labs,

Rodrigue Chakode

The 1st beta version of RealOpInsight 3.0.0 is out !

April 07th, 2014. The RealOpInsight Team is pleased to announce the beta releases of RealOpInsight 3.0.0. This release brings notable exciting changes including:

  • The introduction of a web-edition of RealOpInsight. Named RealOpInsight Ultimate, this edition targets servers environments. With focus on federating management and access control, it enables administrators and operations managers to have full control on monitoring data.
  • The standard edition of RealOpInsight is now named RealOpInsight Workstation. It targets desktop environments, givent full control to end-users to create and manage its monitoring views.
  • Huge refactoring and code simplification
  • Port to Qt 5.x
  • Livestatus is now the default mode selected for retrieving monitoring data when setting Nagios-based sources. The use of ngrt4nd needs to be explicitly enabled.
  • Fixed ticket #25 enabling the ability to cancel the basic authentication for Nagios
  • Fixed close action on preference window (ticket #24)
  • Moved piechart from the map to lelf side
  • Improved charting rendering: cleanup and new algorithms
  • Change default operations console size to 1024 x 768