Repex – Regex Management Simplified
>This post was originally published on DevOps.com. Our Versioning Complexity Cloudify is a Python shop. Our REST service is Python. Our Workflow Engine is Python. Our Plugins are Python. We have different version formats and different dependencies across different types of files which need to be changed when a version is updated. This
Load Balancing HAProxy on the Cloud
The interwebs is basically our fantasy world. Here we can develop, program, automate, and hard-code all of the things, in a way that we’re not really able to with real stuff. I may not be able to juggle 6 bowling pins, but I can load balance nodes in a web application. HAProxy
Why Work at Cloudify.
I started working for GigaSpaces about a year ago, after leaving fring, where I managed the Operations team. I decided to make a leap of faith towards a different route (more development oriented). I met Nati, GigaSpaces’ CTO at DevOpsDays TLV 2013, and shortly after ended up at Gigaspaces, working on (or for)
Changing Organizational (DevOps) Culture – A Sweaty Use Case
When we think about changing organizational culture our immediate reaction is usually – yeah right, go fight city hall – and we take the Homer Simpson route, and don’t even bother trying. Over the course of the last year, I managed to achieve what felt like an impossible change within my organization, and I
Buzzword Abuse – The Anatomy of a DevOps Engineer
This post was originally posted by our own Nir Cohen, at DevOps.com. Once, people used the word genius only when describing someone who really was a genius. Someone with extraordinary intellectual and perceptual capabilities. Today every parent uses this word to describe their, likely cognitively regular child – and this term has lost any
DevOps Stuff and Other Ramblings
When we discuss the often abused term DevOps, we’re mostly focusing on two elements: automation in the form of deploying apps, and maintaining infrastructure, and culture in the form of collaboration and communication. The most common gripes we often hear range from anything like “I just can’t maintain my shell scripts – they just
Open cloud deconstructed. What it means to be native to the OpenStack cloud.
OpenStack is just not like any other cloud. OpenStack is an open source cloud and that makes it quite unique in comparison to many of the closed source public clouds generally available today, the most common being AWS, Azure GCE, and others. The fact that it is open source, allows us to integrate with
width=”100%”— layout: blogpost title: Behavior Driven Development and User Experience image: eliran.jpg author: Eliran Malka tags: – Programming – Community – Open Source – Web UI — Behavior Driven Development (BDD) is the new “buzz word” for the programming concept of Test Driven Development (TDD). This change in terminology is the result of the realization
Openstack’s Third Birthday – A Recap With A Look Into The Future
OpenStack was first announced three years ago at the OSCON conference in Portland. I remember the first time I heard about the announcement and how it immediately caught my attention. Ever since that day, I have become a strong advocate of the technology. Looking back, I thought that it would be interesting to analyze why.
Using the Cloudify Player as an Open Source Framework for Building Your Own Cloud Application Marketplace on OpenStack
“(newwindow)In the previous post”:http://natishalom.typepad.com/nati_shaloms_blog/2013/05/amazon-marketplace-not-a-fair-play-thoughts-on-an-open-marketplace-alternative-with-openstack.html, I outlined the main lessons learned from the Amazon Cloud Marketplace and suggested an alternative approach for building an open marketplace. In this post I’ll refer to a specific implementation of that alternative approach through a new Cloudify Service called the Cloudify Player. h3. Introduction to the Cloudify Player Cloudify Player