November 2015

    The Cloudify Awesome Sauce Monthly Roundup | November 2015

    We're starting a new tradition of a roundup of excellent stuff we happened upon on the interwebs - from tools, to repos, to blog posts, so get ready for chock full of awesome stuff to check out.  Some of this stuff has already gone viral, but in case you missed...

    From Closed Source to Open Source – A Journey

    Since joining GigaSpaces a few months ago, I thought it would be interesting to write down some thoughts about my experience on the journey from the closed-source, enterprise world to the open source, startup mentality of getting work done, both internally at the office as well as from a client-facing...

    Nodecellar Gets Real (Distributed)

    In a previous post titled “Deployment Composition In Cloudify”, I described using a custom type/plugin to compose multiple blueprints. This post describes an expansion of that effort, to make nodecellar into a real distributed app. In essence, I describe a concrete implementation of the blueprint described in Nati Shalom's recent...

    OpenStack Meets Open edX - Open Source and Scalable Training Made Easy

    Introduction - Sharone Zitzman With an an excellent OpenStack Summit just behind us, there were a lot of interesting projects that were launched or announced in conjunction with the summit.  This post will focus on one project that was led by the team at Hastexo - namely Florian Haas, who...

    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...

    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...

    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...

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