Driving Open Standards in a Fragmented Networking Landscape
This article originally appeared in SDxCentral on December 29, 2017. Once upon a time, standards were our friends. They provided industry accepted blueprints for building homogeneous infrastructures that were reliably interoperable. Company A could confidently build an application and—because of standards—know that it would perform as expected on infrastructure run by Company B. Standards have,
The Open Source Podcast – Episode 4 | Bare Metal OpenStack for Data Backup and Disaster Recovery
As the OpenStack Summit Sydney comes to a close, we decided it was a good time to throw some more OpenStack content goodness your way. It goes without saying that Bare Metal OpenStack is on a growth trajectory, and of course, Data Backup and Disaster Recovery are crucial aspects of any organization’s toolkit. So, we
Open Source Summit Recap Part Duex
These last couple of days at #OSSNA were extremely busy. Aside from the continued great conversations with the attendees, we got to meet a lot of co-presenters, interesting groups & non-profits (Women in Linux, Kids on Computers, LinuxChicks, Free Software Foundation, the team from Fedora and many more)… and of course the stellar lineup of
Open Source Summit – Day One Recap
Meet us at Booth #600 at Open Source Summit North America Today was an energizing first day at Open Source Summit North America. A lot of excellent talks, an awesome and empowering Women in Open Source lunch, reunions, and great conversations. I’m really looking forward to tomorrow. These are really exciting times for open source
The Open Source Podcast – Episode 3 | An Honest Discussion on TOSCA
We’re back with Episode 3 of the Open Source Podcast! This episode, we wanted to focus on, in a lot more detail, what TOSCA means for the cloud application orchestration market, especially on the NFV side in light of the recent release of the TOSCA Simple Profile for NFV Spec in May. You can learn
OpenStack Boston – From Open Source Day to NERFCHALLENGE. Join us.
Meet us at booth D21 and at our Open Source Day Track at OpenStack Summit Boston –
The Tenets of Cloudify
This post lays out the principles we have followed from the beginning through our latest release – Cloudify 4.0.
Cloudify’s TOSCA Journey – The Convergence of ARIA and TOSCA (An Infographic)
The convergence of Cloudify and TOSCA, where Project ARIA, OpenStack Heat Parser project and the Apache Software Foundation all join forces.
Introducing Cloudify Telecom Edition – Open Source NFV Orchestration Goodness
NFV based on ETSI architecture has really found its way into the heart of the telecom industry in a very short time. With all of the telecom operators in a mad dash to get a stable, scalable, and reliable open source software implementation of their networks on generic hardware, there is a clear need,
Where AT&T Leads, Cisco Cannot Follow
Preface The Innovator’s Dilemma faced by vendors of proprietary networking stacks is well documented. The blogsphere and the trade media have well documented the disruptive, one-two punch of open source NFV and white box hardware that threatens to undermine their business models. But just this week, at OpenStack Summit in Austin, we saw