Booya – Cloudify 3.1 has landed and it is HOT!
The much awaited and anticipated version 3.1 has landed, and with it a number of core features that will deepen Cloudify’s orchestration, and extend our TOSCA support, which pretty much serves to provide all the rest of the goodies that are now packaged into 3.1. TOSCA to the Max We’ll start
DevOps Days Tel Aviv by the Community for the Community
This post has been a long time coming, since following an event the size and caliber of this last DevOps Days Tel Aviv – there were still a lot of loose ends to tie up, and we just about finished (and just shy of a month). The primary focus of this last
OpenStack Users are Ready to Move From Hypervisors…and Other Tales from the Summit…
Originally posted at CloudTweaks.com I just got back from the OpenStack Paris Summit a couple weeks ago, and although this is a bit delayed in coming, I did do a talk on this with the OpenStack Online Meetup immediately following my return, but then decided to share my thoughts on the summit
OpenStack Juno – The Stats Behind the Open Source Cloud
Every now and again we like to do an OpenStack statistics roundup, usually we do this following the release of their annual report, but recently they sent a quick OpenStack Juno summary, and I thought I would share the highlights, and how this compares to previous reports. So, as you all already know, since
DevOps Stuff and Other Ramblings
When we discuss the often abused term DevOps, we’re mostly focusing on two elements: automation in the form of deploying apps, and maintaining infrastructure, and culture in the form of collaboration and communication. The most common gripes we often hear range from anything like “I just can’t maintain my shell scripts – they just
OpenStack Wiki in Short – A Quick Guide to Open Cloud
In this post, we outline the different OpenStack components, and how they work together. This is your quick wiki for everything OpenStack
What is Openstack? A Quick OpenStack Tutorial
We decided to answer the most fundamental question for those looking to get started with OpenStack, and make sense of the OpenStack terminology.
DevOps Trail Blazers – People I Love to Follow
I love brilliant people, creating amazing products, and spreading the love just for the sake of community and better code. I feel like people that awesome deserve respect and recognition – and don’t receive them often enough. And while I’m not one for corny lists, I decided to forego my inner inhibitions that told
OpenStack Going Mainstream – Notes from the OpenStack Summit Atlanta 2014
I attended almost every OpenStack summit event over the past few years, including last year in Hong Kong and Portland, and even lead the OpenStack community in Israel…but somehow, this year the OpenStack Summit felt completely different than any of the previous events. I feel like OpenStack is coming into its own, and has
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to All Things OpenStack Atlanta
Recommendations from the experts of what to stay tuned for at OpenStack Atlanta. Ok, so you’ve arrived and now you’re heading out to the OpenStack Design Summit…but there’s just so much going on, you don’t even know where to begin. Here’s our expert guide for what to look forward to at OpenStack Atlanta.