VMware and Athonet Demo the Fastest Deployment of a Virtualized LTE Mobile Packet Core and VoLTE Service with Cloudify
At Interop Tokyo on June 8th, the team at VMware, under the management of Vanessa Little, demonstrated the deployment of an Athonet’s vEPC and vIMS VNFs on VMware vCloud Director with Cloudify’s orchestration framework. The demo blew away the judges and won the Interop Tokyo “Best of Show” award! Learn TOSCA and NFV –
OpenStack Summit Austin is here – YEEHAWWW! Join us at Booth C20 for Kubernetes, NFV, and Cowboy Hats!
April is a huge month this year for Team Cloudify. We just finished NFV World Congress and are right away swept into the OpenStack Summit madness (which we love!). We are definitely out in force this summit and you can find us at booth C20 wearing our cowboy hats! We have some really
What is SDN? SDN Controllers Wiki and Roundup – OpenDaylight, OpenFlow, Network Automation and More
SDN is an abbreviation for Software Defined Networking, it is often times tightly coupled with NFV (network function virtualization) as they complement each other. According to many experts, the emergence of this concept is a breakthrough in this activity because it allows incredible optimization of the work of networks and increased effectiveness and
The Cloudify Awesome Sauce Monthly Roundup | December 2015
We’re continuing the tradition of a roundup of excellent stuff we happened upon on the interwebs – from tools, to repos, to blog posts. As it so happens, there are some months with more interesting stuff to read, and others with better repos. This month I just happened upon really awesome content and
The Cloudify Awesome Sauce Monthly Roundup | November 2015
We’re starting a new tradition of a roundup of excellent stuff we happened upon on the interwebs – from tools, to repos, to blog posts, so get ready for chock full of awesome stuff to check out. Some of this stuff has already gone viral, but in case you missed it, here goes…
OpenStack & Beyond Podcast – Episode 5 | Konichiwa from the OpenStack Tokyo Summit
We set out to ambitiously broadcast live from the OpenStack Summit again, and despite having wifi troubles (hence the shaky start), and no real viable quiet place to sit – we went for it nonetheless, and came out with an excellent (albeit somewhat noisy) show joined by the very awesome panel of OpenStack
Domo Arigato, OpenStack Tokyo!
It’s on, folks! Tokyo is not just around the corner, it’s here – and OpenStack peddlers, developers, fanboys, newbies will all be out there to hear about how everyone is using OpenStack to improve the open cloud initiative and push this amazing project forward. Our own Cloudify team will also be making their way
Who Said Cloudify 3.2?!
We’re sure the short five months and twenty days (but who’s counting really?) you’ve been waiting for 3.2 to land have been torturous agony – but fear not, it is officially here, and all that nail-biting and lost sleep will have been well worth it when you hear what’s in store in this release. Purism
Open source is about more than cost savings
This post was originally published on OpenSource.com. I recently stumbled upon this piece discussing the cost of cloud, and it made me realize that people still seem to mistakenly believe that open source is just about cost savings. Often times, when asked to explain the reasons for going open source, rarely is cost at
The Skinny on OpenStack Kilo – NFV & IPv6, Bare Metal Cloud, and More
The 11th release of OpenStack has officially landed in advance of the OpenStack summit, which makes this the “K” release of OpenStack, and it has aptly been named Kilo, for the hefty goodness it brings with it. The long, tall and skinny of Kilo So like all of our post on OpenStack