Cloudify Plugins Releases: AWSSDK 2.3.3, Azure 1.7.2
Below are the latest Cloudify plugin updates: AWSSDK Plugin v2.3.3 v2.3.3 Support connecting ENI to Security Group via relationships. Download the latest release of the Cloudify AWSDK Plugin, version 2.3.3. For more information, see the changelog, or read the docs. Azure Plugin v1.7.2 v1.7.2 Updates NICs and Data Disks on configure operation. Download the latest release of
Cloudify Plugins Releases: AWSSDK 2.3.2, Utilities 1.7.1, Azure 1.7.1
Below are the latest Cloudify plugin updates: AWSSDK Plugin v2.3.2 v2.3.2 supports adding a security group to a NIC via a relationship. Download the latest release of the Cloudify AWSDK Plugin, version 2.3.2. For more information, see the changelog, or read the docs. Utilities Plugin v1.7.1 v1.7.1 Various bug fixes. Fix bug introduced in 1.7.0 when blueprint
Cloudify Plugins Releases: AWSSDK 2.3.1, Kubernetes 2.3.1, OpenStack 2.9.0, Utilities 1.7.0
AWSSDK Plugin v2.3.1 v2.3.1 adds a fix for checking resource ID when re-installing an uninstalled deployment. Download the latest release of the Cloudify AWSDK Plugin, version 2.3.1. For more information, see the changelog, or read the docs. Kubernetes Plugin v2.3.1 v2.3.1 adds support for Cluster Role and Daemonsets. It also adds a fix for handling Kubernetes new
Cloudify Plugins Release: Azure, Kubernetes, Utilities, AWS SDK
Azure Plugin v1.6.1 Download the latest release of the Cloudify Azure Plugin, version 1.6.1. This version of the Azure plugin now supports the Azure Stack – so check it out! It also addresses a bug handling missing headers in deleted resource groups. For more information, see the changelog, or read the docs. See this blueprint example to deploy a
OpenStack and Serverless: Long shot or sure thing?
This article originally appeared in SD Times on August 25th, 2017. Over the last 12 to 18 months, a growing trend has emerged in the cloud space. Just a few years back, we were accustomed to using a bare metal server for each application—then we evolved to Hypervisors and virtualization to squeeze more out of
We Built Alexa Voice Control for Cloudify with Serverless, AWS Lambda
Serverless. It’s all the rage. And one of our awesome engineers, Joshua Cornutt, wanted to see how we could apply it to Cloudify. From that initial thought came inspiration – voice control. Amazon already has the ability to create new Alexa skills, and, with Lambda, it’s pretty simple to build a basic application. So, he
Cloudify 4.1 has dropped! Here’s what’s new…
Read this post to learn more about Cloudify 4.1 and what we’re doing to make cloud orchestration and management even better.
Bootstrapping Cloudify 4 on OpenStack, AWS, Azure, and more – A Simple Step by Step Tutorial
In this tutorial, we walk users through setting up an AWS or OpenStack environment and bootstrapping and configuring Cloudify Manager.
Installing Cloudify 4 on AWS and OpenStack – A Simple Step by Step Tutorial
In this tutorial, we walk users through setting up an AWS or OpenStack environment and installing and configuring Cloudify in a simple step by step manner.
How and Why We Built an Internal Service for Cloudify – and Why You Should, Too
In this post, Omer takes us through Cloudify Service, the service built for internal testing of CLoudify, using Cloudify. He also notes why this is a good practice for any development team.