Auto-Scaling your Apps with OpenStack Heat – An Orchestration Tool Comparison Pt I of II
Scaling – it’s all the rave. When having a conversation about cloud orchestration (all the cool kids are doing it these days), you just can’t go ten minutes without someone being the party pooper and chiming in with the good old: “Yeah, but can you auto-scale my application?.” In fact, I am one of those
OpenStack and Cloud Trends – Hypervisors, NFV, Orchestration and more thoughts from the Summit
The OpenStack Summits, which I have been attending twice a year for the past five years, continue to serve as the most formative and influential moments I have during the year – especially with everything related to the growth around OpenStack, which is especially notable from summit to summit. So right in the thick of
A Multi-Network Friendly Openstack VM Image with Neutron & Netplugd
A multi-network friendly Openstack VM image with netplugd A while (long while. Sorry about that) ago, I posted about setting up a VM in an Openstack cloud so that it worked nicely with multiple networks. I also promised that I would explain how to automate this process. So, in this post, I will explain how
TOSCA and YANG for Application and Network Orchestration
We’ve been encountering quite a number of Telecoms and service providers mentioning TOSCA, YANG and modeling languages in general, for their NFV work.