Compare IBM Service Delivery Manager vs. OpenNebula

IBM Service Delivery Manager is ranked 34th in Cloud Management while OpenNebula is ranked 17th in Cloud Management with 1 review. IBM Service Delivery Manager is rated 0, while OpenNebula is rated 8.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of OpenNebula writes "User management, expert management, and the virtual data center are magic for the users". IBM Service Delivery Manager is most compared with Red Hat CloudForms, Ansible and Densify, whereas OpenNebula is most compared with CloudStack, Cloudify and VMware vRealize Automation (vRA).
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out of 57 in Cloud Management
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360
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out of 57 in Cloud Management
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1
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8.0
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Overview

IBM Service Delivery Manager is a single solution that provides all the necessary software components to implement cloud computing. Cloud computing is a services acquisition and delivery model for IT resources, which can help improve business performance and control the costs of delivering IT resources to an organization. As a cloud computing quick start, IBM Service Delivery Manager allows organizations to benefit from this delivery model in a defined portion of their data center or for a specific internal project. Potential benefits include:

  • Reduction in operational and capital expenditures.
  • Enhanced productivity - the ability to innovate more with fewer resources.
  • Decreased time-to-market for business features that increase competitiveness.
  • Standardized and consolidated IT services that drive improved resource utilization.
  • Increased resiliency to market demands.
  • Improved quality of service for IT consumers.

OpenNebula provides the most simple but feature-rich and flexible solution for the comprehensive management of virtualized data centers to enable private, public and hybrid IaaS clouds. OpenNebula interoperability makes cloud an evolution by leveraging existing IT assets, protecting your investments, and avoiding vendor lock-in.

OpenNebula is a turnkey enterprise-ready solution that includes all the features needed to provide an on-premises (private) cloud offering, and to offer public cloud services.

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Whogohost Ltd., Infinity Computers and Communications Company, Outokumpu, Salesbox, Komsomolskaya Pravda, Seekr, CLOUD M, CenterPoint Energy, Apptimate AB, WeCloud AB, Earth Signal, DSB Consulting, Inventive, SKIData AGAkamai, BBC, Fermilab, Terradue, Surf Sara, Produban, Netways, ESA, China Mobile, BlackBerry, Deloitte, Fuze, Telefonica, Trivago
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