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OpenStack Cloud Orchestration Pt I of II - From Manual to Automated Deployment

Most software deployments are more complicated than the actual application being deployed. Usually, when we talk about an application, we’re talking about something very simple - some server-side scripting language-based application and a backend database instance. However, when it comes to deploying this application, things become a bit more complicated,...

Get Your Cloudify Votes in For OpenStack Tokyo

As contributing members of OpenStack, we are proud to be part of this amazing community that is at the forefront of the open source cloud world. We organize events and meetups around OpenStack and firmly believe in the OpenStack movement. That said – OpenStack Tokyo is quickly approaching and we,...

Why you’ll NEVER nail that DevOps interview

This post was originally published on VentureBeat.com in May 2015. Many companies these days are constantly complaining that they are struggling to recruit good talent. There are rumored talent acquisition wars and agreements between large companies like Google and Apple, and I’ve often heard these types of issues referenced in...

VM-less Multi-node Coordination With Cloudify

Not infrequently, a blueprint needs to execute logic that is used to either coordinate the activities of other nodes, act essentially as a thread gate, or both. In practice, this means executing some code that doesn't, beyond the install workflow, have any bearing on the runtime operation of the system....

TOSCA Cloud Orchestration for Beginners

This article aims to introduce TOSCA (Topology and Orchestration Specification for Cloud Applications) in the simplest of terms, so that users understand what it is, why it’s important to Cloudify, and some of its basic concepts. Orchestration magic made with TOSCA & Cloudify. Get it now.  Go What is TOSCA...

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