Introducing Cloudify Insights – Multi-Cloud Cost and Usage Analytics In A Single Dashboard
Introduction In our last blog post, we talked about the new and improved features in Cloudify UI and how to utilize them to manage and control your multi-cloud environments. In a previous blog post, we took a look at the next generation of our Cloudify Composer tool which allows anyone to create TOSCA blueprints in
Cloudify UI Updates – Manage All Your Cloud Environments With One Tool
With our very successful launch of Cloudify 4.2 at the beginning to the month, we are excited to bring you some deeper dives into the latest features in this release. More recently, we gave users a look at the next generation of Cloudify Composer, our built-in drag-and-drop interface for building TOSCA blueprints. In this post,
Cloudify Composer – The Next Generation of TOSCA Blueprint Modeling
Cloudify Composer’s next generation is already here with our Cloudify 4.2 release! The Composer is now tightly coupled with Cloudify releases, and you can read all about the sweet new features in our Cloudify 4.2 post. Ever since its launch in December 2015, and through the numerous iterations it’s been through since, the robust-yet-dynamic graphical
Cloudify 4.2 Has Landed – Security, Control, and True Self Service
We’re excited to share with you the latest milestone of Cloudify – the multi-stack, robust and secure, truly self service Cloudify 4.2 release. Cloudify 4.2 continues the journey that started with 4.0 toward becoming an even stronger cloud management and orchestration solution, based on our guiding tenets, and further enhances interoperability through advanced integrations with
TOSCA ONAP Service Orchestration with Cloudify and ARIA
The ONAP (Open Network Automation Platform) represents the merger of the Open-O and Open-ECOMP projects with the goal of enabling the creation and management of NFV services. The unified architecture decomposes platform services into several projects, including the Service Orchestrator (SO) which is responsible for the highest level of orchestration to deliver services. Declarative Or
Announcing The Cloudify Community Release
Cloudify has significantly evolved since it was open-sourced back in 2014, operating in complex and continuously iterating infrastructure, from physical to virtualized, to cloud infrastructure, and is now shifting towards containerized applications, often having a healthy mixture of all. Cloudify is a quickly iterating product, and we work closely with industry leaders to make sure
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
A DevOps Concerto in Paris with Alien4Cloud and Cloudify
In this poetic post, Jonathan gives us an overview of the Atos DevOps event with Societe Generale, Alien4Cloud, and Cloudify that took place in Paris in June.
Quickly and easily deploy a Spark cluster with Cloudify and DICE
Follow this simple tutorial, by XLab’s Matej Artač, to deploy a Spark cluster using Cloudify and the DICE Deployment Service.
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.