July 2016

    The Cloudify Awesome Sauce Monthly Roundup | July 2016

    July has come and gone, but Pokemon Go hasn't... Anywho, we have some interesting, thought-provoking, and funny content to share with you guys. So, strap on your DevOps helmets and let's get this party started! Hope you enjoy! Cloudify - gluing it all together since 1843. Check it out.  Go...

    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...

    Building Your Application for Cloud Portability - An Alternative Approach to Hybrid Cloud

    In my previous post, I discussed the differences between hybrid cloud and cloud portability, as well as how to achieve true hybrid cloud deployments without compromising on infrastructure API abstraction, by providing several use cases for cloud portability. True hybrid cloud is achievable. Download the all-new Cloudify 3.4 today! Go...

    Deployment and Orchestration of a Kubernetes Cluster With Auto-Scaling and Auto-Healing in a Hybrid Environment Using Cloudify

    At Openstack Israel 2016, I participated in a presentation where we compared a few cloud orchestrators, among them Kubernetes and Cloudify. In short, I presented Kubernetes as a container-focused orchestrator, while Cloudify I presented as a more general orchestrator. The division isn’t exact. Kubernetes has a lot of integration with...

    Cloudify 3.4 Has Dropped - Orchestrate All Clouds!

    Team Cloudify is very excited to announce the Cloudify 3.4 GA release! This was definitely the most packed release of Cloudify ever and brings with it some major improvements, all of which culminates in support for hybrid environments, with any stack, and on any workload, and covering more than 90%...

    Achieving Hybrid Cloud Without Compromising On The Least Common Denominator

    Survey says, that hybrid cloud, what once was perceived as virtually mission impossible, is becoming pretty much mainstream. According to this survey, and this survey, some users are currently running on as many as 6 clouds simultaneously on average per organization, with an even split between private and public clouds,...

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