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.
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.
Installing and Working Offline with Cloudify 3.4
Learn how to install Cloudify Manager without an internet connection.
Step-by-Step Guide to Installing Cloudify Manager Version 3.4 on Your Local Machine
This blog post will give you instructions on how to get Cloudify Manager up and running on your computer with a virtual machine.
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.
Here’s How We Embedded Python Into Our CLI Download Packages
We embedded Python directly into our CLI packages so users don’t have to compile anything on their end. Want to know how you can do that too? Keep reading.
We Created an Awesome Search Tool for Github Repos in Python
Background Recently, we got a notification from Amazon that one of our secret keys, which was accidentally left in a public Github repo, was being abused. Since it wasn’t our own team doing the abusing, we decided to put a stop to this happening in the future. So, the idea here was to create
Deployment and Orchestration of a Kubernetes Cluster With Auto-Scaling and Auto-Healing in a Hybrid Environment Using Cloudify
At Openstack Israel 2016, I participated in a presentation where we compared a few cloud orchestrators, among them Kubernetes and Cloudify. In short, I presented Kubernetes as a container-focused orchestrator, while Cloudify I presented as a more general orchestrator. The division isn’t exact. Kubernetes has a lot of integration with infrastructure. And Cloudify has been
Nodecellar Gets Real (Distributed)
In a previous post titled “Deployment Composition In Cloudify”, I described using a custom type/plugin to compose multiple blueprints. This post describes an expansion of that effort, to make nodecellar into a real distributed app. In essence, I describe a concrete implementation of the blueprint described in Nati Shalom’s recent post which described various
How to Test Drive Cloudify with the Online Widget
The Cloudify widget is a fast way to try out Cloudify without installing anything locally or bootstrapping a manager. Cloudify is a cloud orchestrator based on TOSCA. With it you can manage your resources using virtually any cloud provider. The hub of your orchestration takes place through the Cloudify manager. Cloudify is Pure-Play Cloud Orchestration