The TOSCA Times Pt 3 – Model-Driven Workflows with TOSCA, Cloudify, and ARIA
In this third installment of The TOSCA Times, Michael details how Cloudify and ARIA take the model-driven approach and how TOSCA then adopted declarative, model-driven workflows.
The TOSCA Times Pt 2 – Handling Workflows in TOSCA vs Similar DSLs
In this second installment, Michael discusses how TOSCA workflows differ from other DSLs, such as BPMN/BPML and BPEL due to its model-driven, vs task-driven, design.
The TOSCA Times Pt I – The TOSCA Landscape in 2017
In this first installment, Michael discusses the current landscape of TOSCA in 2017 and why he believes this is the year of TOSCA.
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.
Cloudify’s TOSCA Journey – The Convergence of ARIA and TOSCA (An Infographic)
The convergence of Cloudify and TOSCA, where Project ARIA, OpenStack Heat Parser project and the Apache Software Foundation all join forces.
The VMware and Cloudify Collaboration Redux
Read all about how the VMware/Cloudify partnership came to be, what we are currently working on, and what’s in store for the future.
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.
Cloud Orchestration with Azure and OpenStack – The Less Explored Hybrid Cloud
Leverage the benefits of open source, TOSCA orchestration on an Azure and OpenStack hybrid cloud deployment with Cloudify.
Cloud-Native VNFs VoLTE Demo – vIMS & vEPC on VMware vCloud with Group Scale
Many existing network functions have only recently undergone the transition from being physical appliances to being delivered virtually, which was a revolution unto itself. That transition required mostly performance optimization to accommodate the additional I/O overhead of the hypervisor and some configuration changes to accommodate the fact that VMs can be more dynamic in nature.
Achieving Hybrid Cloud Without Compromising On The Least Common Denominator
Survey says, that hybrid cloud, what once was perceived as virtually mission impossible, is becoming pretty much mainstream. According to this survey, and this survey, some users are currently running on as many as 6 clouds simultaneously on average per organization, with an even split between private and public clouds, both for real