October 2015

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    The Disruption Cycle - A Dime a Dozen.

    Before the dust even settled around the whopping Dell/EMC deal, another bombshell was dropped with the Red Hat acquisition of Ansible over the weekend.  While I was still processing my thoughts on what I think the Dell deal means for the enterprise IT industry - I had to make an...

    Ran Ziv

    By Ran Ziv

    Tools We Like - IntelliJ IDEA

    I’d like to preempt by saying, this is an off-topic post, but since I know what goes into building a tool, I think it’s a worthy undertaking to just give a quick shout out to those I think are doing great thing.  So here is a quick roundup of a...

    NFV Service Chaining Orchestration for Any Network Topology & Architecture

    It’s a well-known pain point for Telecom companies that provisioning new services into their networks is a time and resource consuming process, as well as cost intensive. Until now, introducing new services would take months to years and was done with physical proprietary devices that took a long time just...

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