Introducing the Cloudify Kubernetes Plugin for Orchestrating the Deployment of Applications on K8s Clusters in a Multi-Cloud Environment
Kubernetes has already become a household name in the container management space since it dropped in 2014. When it comes to orchestration, most DevOps people come back to us with “Why orchestrate Kubernetes – it’s already an orchestrator of containers?” The answer is simple – diverse workloads! Yes, you want containers, but you also need
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.
OpenStack Day Israel 2017 is Back! NFV, Containers, and Scale… oh my
OpenStack Day Israel is here once again with a great group of OpenStack experts and diversity of talks.
Orchestrating A Kubernetes Managed Virtual Network Function With Cloudify
This post explores the process of containerizing Quagga and deploying it using Kubernetes.
Hybrid VNF Container Orchestration With Kubernetes and Docker Swarm Using Cloudify
This post will show how Cloudify orchestrates a service chain that spans multiple container management engines such as Kubernetes and Docker Swarm.
The Cloudify Awesome Sauce Monthly DevOps Roundup | September 2016
The Awesome Sauce roundup brings you the good, the great, and the funny of DevOps news each month!
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
Cloudify 3.4 Has Dropped – Orchestrate All Clouds!
Team Cloudify is very excited to announce the Cloudify 3.4 GA release! This was definitely the most packed release of Cloudify ever and brings with it some major improvements, all of which culminates in support for hybrid environments, with any stack, and on any workload, and covering more than 90% of infrastructures and workloads
Scaling Kubernetes Microservices on OpenStack With TOSCA Orchestration Pt I of II
In a previous post, I converted a Fabric-based plugin implementation to an Openstack agent-based implementation. In this episode, I finally reached one of the key goals of this long running effort; to automate scaling on Kubernetes using Cloudify native means. The path to this goal leads through some of the more exotic parts of