The Birth of an Edge Orchestrator – Cloudify Meets Edge Computing
Shay Naeh discusses the challenges of orchestrating at the edge and how Cloudify is the perfect orchestration platform for mobile edge devices.
How OPNFV Functest Tests Clearwater vIMS Deployment Using Cloudify – One Year Later
In this followup blog post, the OPNFV Functest team discusses major and minor advancements in their testing of Clearwater IMS with Cloudify, including software upgrade and multisite deployment.
The TOSCA Times Pt 3 – Model-Driven Workflows with TOSCA, Cloudify, and ARIA
In this third installment of The TOSCA Times, Michael details how Cloudify and ARIA take the model-driven approach and how TOSCA then adopted declarative, model-driven workflows.
The TOSCA Times Pt 2 – Handling Workflows in TOSCA vs Similar DSLs
In this second installment, Michael discusses how TOSCA workflows differ from other DSLs, such as BPMN/BPML and BPEL due to its model-driven, vs task-driven, design.
How Cloudify Enabled a Telco to Create a Fully Automated, Managed CPE Service – A Use Case
Tamir talks about his personal experience helping a large telco create a completely automated CPE service for its customers with an orchestration first approach.
The Open Source Podcast – Episode 2 | ONAP and The Open Networking Summit
Hear what experts from OpenDaylight and Suse had to say about the new ONAP project, the future of networking, and open source developers.
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.
The Open Source Podcast – Episode 1 | The State of vCPE & SD-WAN
Listen to what experts at VMware and Versa Networks have to say about edge network devices, vCPE business models, and open standards.
ONAP is Driving Much-Needed Standards in NFV
Nati Shalom explains what the Open ECOMP and Open-O merger means for the NFV and MANO industry.