December 2014

    Deploy an IBM BLU Service on SoftLayer Cloud in One Click

    Nowadays, if you're a huge technology company and you're not venturing into the cloud, you're living in the past.  So it’s not surprising that many companies are investing heavily in cloud across the board.  This is also true for IBM, that decided in 2013 to acquire SoftLayer for approximately $2B,...

    The TOSCA Cloud State of the Union

    As a core committer in the Heat Translator project - I have had the opportunity to learn quite a bit over the course of the last year about TOSCA. When we started developing Cloudify 3.0 (about a year and a half ago) we knew we needed an improved syntax for...

    Booya - Cloudify 3.1 has landed and it is HOT!

    The much awaited and anticipated version 3.1 has landed, and with it a number of core features that will deepen Cloudify’s orchestration, and extend our TOSCA support, which pretty much serves to provide all the rest of the goodies that are now packaged into 3.1. TOSCA to the Max We’ll...

    Docker...Containers, Microservices and Orchestrating the Whole Symphony

    Originally posted at opensource.com The microservices architecture is far from a new trend, it’s generally accepted as a better way to build apps these days. The common way to build apps was, until a few years ago, the monolithic approach - which was, if you look at it from a...

    DevOps Days Tel Aviv by the Community for the Community

    This post has been a long time coming, since following an event the size and caliber of this last DevOps Days Tel Aviv - there were still a lot of loose ends to tie up, and we just about finished (and just shy of a month).  The primary focus of...

    Raspberry Pi Automation, Docker, and Other Inanities

    This post is going to be a little off-topic, but since we love all things open source, hacking and automation, we thought it would be a fun change of pace.  It was recently discovered in the office that I’ve been using Raspberry Pis to automate my life and generally mundane...

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