Pluggable Monitoring and Closed Loop Orchestration with Cloudify and Nagios
A few weeks ago, we introduced Cloudify 4.4. As part of our roadmap to making Cloudify more modular and offering users the ability to plug-in their own tools, we now allow you to bring your own policy and monitoring to Cloudify. Test-drive Cloudify’s Multi-Cloud Lab Free! Get Lab This thinking is exactly in line with […]
TOSCA’s Important Role in the DICE EU H2020 Project
This article was originally posted on the DICE website on June 8, 2018 Within the first open source framework for quality-aware DevOps for Big Data applications – DICE, TOSCA provides the perfect foundation for bridging the world of off-line application modelling and the running instances of this application. Its extensibility enabled automating deployments of complex […]
Dynamic Allocation Using Static Constraints in Cloudify Blueprints
Sometimes, when creating complex applications, we might need dynamic allocation of static resources. To explain what I mean by this, it’s best to look at an example. Single instance example Let’s say we have a proprietary IP allocation mechanism for our servers in OpenStack. We make a REST call and receive a new IP address […]
DevOpsDays Tel Aviv 2017 – Growing by Leaps and Bounds
It’s honestly been a few years since we wrote a post-DevOpsDays Tel Aviv blog post, but I just wanted to reflect on how much the DevOps community and this event have grown. In fact, each year the DevOpsDays Tel Aviv conference has grown in attendance around 20% annually on average. And the organizing team has […]
A DevOps Concerto in Paris with Alien4Cloud and Cloudify
In this poetic post, Jonathan gives us an overview of the Atos DevOps event with Societe Generale, Alien4Cloud, and Cloudify that took place in Paris in June.
A Big Win to Kick Off a New Year
This post takes a look at Cloudify’s successes in 2016 – and especially how the open approach was the Goliath killer in telcos and enterprise`s this year.
The Cloudify Awesome Sauce Monthly DevOps Roundup | September 2016
The Awesome Sauce roundup brings you the good, the great, and the funny of DevOps news each month!
Here's How We Embedded Python Into Our CLI Download Packages
We embedded Python directly into our CLI packages so users don’t have to compile anything on their end. Want to know how you can do that too? Keep reading.
What Developers Want From Their Technology (But Mostly Cloud)
In order to stay relevant in the world of diverse software options, you need to make things simple and sexy for developers.
We Created an Awesome Search Tool for Github Repos in Python
Background Recently, we got a notification from Amazon that one of our secret keys, which was accidentally left in a public Github repo, was being abused. Since it wasn’t our own team doing the abusing, we decided to put a stop to this happening in the future. So, the idea here was to create […]