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OpenStack Israel 2015 - The Road to The Enterprise

What an adventure! This year’s OpenStack Israel event was an awesome end to the EMEA tour of the OpenStack conferences. We heard from top telecoms firms, big banks, and some of the biggest OpenStack proponents in the tech world. The conference had over 400 stackers from many small and large...

We started using Vagrant and Packer for our build process. You won't believe what happened next...

There are good reasons for applying immutable infrastructure practices; one of which is that you don't have to worry about your servers containing leftovers from previous deployments. Additionally, your deployment processes can be extremely clean as they don't have to deal with the ins and outs of the live updates...

Simple TOSCA Orchestration for Docker

This post was originally published on InfoQ.com in February 2015. Mapping the Current Docker Orchestration Landscape Following this in teresting post on Docker orchestration and why you need it – the basic premise is that orchestration plays the role of timing container creation based on application and tier dependencies, as...

Orchestration Tool Roundup - Docker Swarm vs. Kubernetes, TerraForm vs. TOSCA/Cloudify vs. Heat

Containers was definitely one of major topics during the OpenStack Summit in Vancouver. There many announcements and projects that aim to leverage containers in various ways. The most notable one was the new Magnum project, which aims to make Docker and Kubernetes first class citizens in OpenStack. Having said that,...

Cloud Migration in the Enterprise

Cloud portability is the ability to move applications and data from one cloud computing environment to another with minimal disruption. There have been numerous attempts and approaches to deal with this challenge on various levels of the stack, such as nested virtualization, containers, API abstraction, PaaS, cloud orchestration, among others....

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