Announcing The Cloudify Community Release
Cloudify has significantly evolved since it was open-sourced back in 2014, operating in complex and continuously iterating infrastructure, from physical to virtualized, to cloud infrastructure, and is now shifting towards containerized applications, often having a healthy mixture of all. Cloudify is a quickly iterating product, and we work closely with industry leaders to make sure
Utilizing Declarative Model-Driven TOSCA Orchestration for NFV
This post explains how to take the right advantages of TOSCA Orchestration for NFV with a model-driven approach as opposed to BPMN and others.
Hybrid Cloud Orchestration on OpenStack With Cloudify and TOSCA
Interested in hybrid cloud orchestration and already using OpenStack? Learn why Cloudify is the right choice for going hybrid.
Cloudify 3.4 Has Dropped – Orchestrate All Clouds!
Team Cloudify is very excited to announce the Cloudify 3.4 GA release! This was definitely the most packed release of Cloudify ever and brings with it some major improvements, all of which culminates in support for hybrid environments, with any stack, and on any workload, and covering more than 90% of infrastructures and workloads
A Primer on Project ARIA – Simple, Open Source TOSCA-Based Orchestration Engine
Just about two weeks ago at Mobile World Congress, GigaSpaces announced the formation of ARIA. In this post, I want to offer readers a short and informative brief on what ARIA is, why there is a need for such a technology, and how vendors and service providers can utilize ARIAs simple, open source code
On the Future of OpenStack, Orchestration, and Containers – Thoughts from OpenStack Silicon Valley 2015
OpenstackSV Panel Last week I attended my first OpenStack Silicon Valley conference in Mountain View. As with the official OpenStack biannual Summit, the main OpenStack cast of characters were all in attendance, but in a more intimate setting, allowing for closer interaction with the community. Among the many great talks, Cloudify CTO Nati