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
Introducing Cloudify Academy – Full-Scale Cloud Orchestration Classes Online
Introduction by Florian Haas, CEO of hastexo Every piece of technology in the industry that is worth discussing is elastic and distributed. Whether we’re talking OpenStack, Docker/Kubernetes, or systemd/etcd/fleet, every technology platform takes into account the fact that applications must horizontally scale, must elastically adapt to changing demands, and must always be available. Cloudify
TOSCA Cloud Orchestration for Beginners
TOSCA in a nutshell- see what all the fuss about TOSCA is, and why it’s becoming a de-facto specification for describing cloud applications.
Simple TOSCA Orchestration for Docker
This post was originally published on InfoQ.com in February 2015. Mapping the Current Docker Orchestration Landscape Following this interesting post on Docker orchestration and why you need it – the basic premise is that orchestration plays the role of timing container creation based on application and tier dependencies, as well as enables the containers
TOSCA and YANG for Application and Network Orchestration
We’ve been encountering quite a number of Telecoms and service providers mentioning TOSCA, YANG and modeling languages in general, for their NFV work.