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Nati Shalom

By Nati Shalom

Our Open Source Cloud (Re) Architecture with OpenStack + TOSCA

Cloudify OpenStack Native approach - The Story behind the Scenes In the previous post I outlined what I mean by native-approach to the OpenStack cloud. In a nutshell, a native approach represents out of the box tighter integration with OpenStack, all without being limited only to OpenStack. In this post...

Uri Cohen

By Uri Cohen

Changing Organizational (DevOps) Culture – A Sweaty Use Case

When we think about changing organizational culture our immediate reaction is usually – yeah right, go fight city hall – and we take the Homer Simpson route, and don't even bother trying. Over the course of the last year, I managed to achieve what felt like an impossible change within...

Nir Cohen

By Nir Cohen

Buzzword Abuse - The Anatomy of a DevOps Engineer

This post was originally posted by our own Nir Cohen, at DevOps.com. Once, people used the word genius only when describing someone who really was a genius. Someone with extraordinary intellectual and perceptual capabilities. Today every parent uses this word to describe their, likely cognitively regular child - and this...

Sharone Zitzman

By Sharone Zitzman

DevOps Stuff and Other Ramblings

When we discuss the often abused term DevOps, we're mostly focusing on two elements: automation in the form of deploying apps, and maintaining infrastructure, and culture in the form of collaboration and communication. The most common gripes we often hear range from anything like "I just can't maintain my shell...

Yoram Weinreb

By Yoram Weinreb

OpenStack Cloud Deployments Made Easy–Heat Plugin for Cloudify

OpenStack Heat makes orchestrating the deployment of multiple OpenStack elements a breeze using its “stack” concept. By defining a HOT (Heat Orchestrating Template) document that describes the stack and “creating” the stack based on the document, Heat will orchestrate the deployment of many elements including networks, subnets, ports, floating IPs,...

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