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.
NFV Makes Its Move – Telecom and Enterprise NFV Predictions for 2017
Nati Shalom, CTO of GigaSpaces/Cloudify, offers his insights into what’s coming for NFV in 2017.
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.
A Big Win to Kick Off a New Year
This post takes a look at Cloudify’s successes in 2016 – and especially how the open approach was the Goliath killer in telcos and enterprise`s this year.
Orchestrating An Application Lifecycle From Development on OpenStack, to QA on AWS, Through Production on VMware with Cloudify
Michael demonstrates how you can use Cloudify with Kanban to easily move an application from code change through production on three different clouds – OpenStack, AWS, and VMware.
Deploying Your App Onto AWS and OpenStack With Hybrid Cloud Orchestration Using a Single Cloudify TOSCA Blueprint
There is no limit to the variety of system layouts. The most basic would be a database and an application on a single VM. However, very few operations teams have all of their infrastructure in one place. At Cloudify, we’ve been referring to real world scenarios with the term Hybrid Cloud, which actually is
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.
Support for FCO in Cloudify
This article was originally published on the DICE blog. Matej and Tadej Borovšak work at XLAB. The article is being re-published with the consent of the authors. Cloudify is an important component of the DICE deployment tool. It enables that the users can describe their applications in a human-readable text format YAML, using a TOSCA
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