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 –
Utilizing Declarative Model-Driven TOSCA Orchestration for NFV
This post explains how to take the right advantages of TOSCA Orchestration for NFV with a model-driven approach as opposed to BPMN and others.
Hybrid Cloud Orchestration on OpenStack With Cloudify and TOSCA
Interested in hybrid cloud orchestration and already using OpenStack? Learn why Cloudify is the right choice for going hybrid.
Musings from the OpenStack Tokyo Summit
Well, folks, another OpenStack Summit is behind us. That means we will have to wait until 2016 for the next one, which is slated to take place in Austin, TX at the end of April. With an amazing turnout of more than 6,000 attendees from around the world, OpenStack Tokyo was a real
OpenStack & Beyond Podcast – Episode 5 | Konichiwa from the OpenStack Tokyo Summit
We set out to ambitiously broadcast live from the OpenStack Summit again, and despite having wifi troubles (hence the shaky start), and no real viable quiet place to sit – we went for it nonetheless, and came out with an excellent (albeit somewhat noisy) show joined by the very awesome panel of OpenStack
Orchestrating Kubernetes On OpenStack
In my previous post, I discussed enhancing the original, basic Kubernetes plugin into a version that was reasonably functional. That version was designed to use Fabric and operate on preexisting machines (virtual or “bare metal”). This post discusses the changes needed to create the same hybrid deployment as before, but hosted on OpenStack. Try
Using Cloudify to Extend Murano Past OpenStack to Multiple Clouds
It’s great to see Murano is gaining popularity and usage since its release, along with additional projects added in the last OpenStack releases – from Sahara to Marconi, I find the addition and the diversity of projects now available in this growing ecosystem extremely impressive. So for those who are unfamiliar, OpenStack Murano introduced
Cloudify Meets Kubernetes – Enhancing The Integration
Integrating Cloudify with Kubernetes is compelling for those with hybrid environments (containers, virtualization, cloud, bare metal, even hardware), who would like to leverage Kubernetes’ container management instead of Cloudify’s, and/or leverage Cloudify’s event driven workflows to perform autoscaling or other automatic processes. In my last post, I described an initial integration with Kubernetes, which
Domo Arigato, OpenStack Tokyo!
It’s on, folks! Tokyo is not just around the corner, it’s here – and OpenStack peddlers, developers, fanboys, newbies will all be out there to hear about how everyone is using OpenStack to improve the open cloud initiative and push this amazing project forward. Our own Cloudify team will also be making their way
OpenStack, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Scaling – Murano, Microservices, NFV and more
OpenStack Liberty was released just a few days ago on October 15th. This is OpenStack’s twelfth release of the widely-used cloud computing platform. Liberty is also a great name for this release as it brings with it a “liberating” factor for many developers – the new big tent approach. This will basically allow any