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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,...

Nati Shalom & Eliza Croen

By Nati Shalom & Eliza Croen

Going Hybrid Cloud with OpenStack

OpenStack Silicon Valley is just a few short days away and we are looking forward to talking OpenStack with the local community. A main focus for Team Cloudify at the event will be around the topic of portability AKA hybrid cloud, not only between environments, but also between OpenStack and...

Nati Shalom

By Nati Shalom

Open cloud deconstructed. What it means to be native to the OpenStack cloud.

OpenStack is just not like any other cloud. OpenStack is an open source cloud and that makes it quite unique in comparison to many of the closed source public clouds generally available today, the most common being AWS, Azure GCE, and others. The fact that it is open source, allows...

Barak Merimovich

By Barak Merimovich

WinRM + Powershell Remote Execution for Windows

A while back, I posted about using WinRM for automating tasks on remote Windows machines. WinRM (Windows Remote Management) is Microsoft's implementation of WS-Management, a SOAP based protocol for management of devices and servers. Among other things, it can be used to connect to remote Windows servers and run commands...

Nir Cohen

By Nir Cohen

Feeder Feeder Data Eater!

A new open source Python module to help you with your performance testing, load testing, configurations, data structure, name it. Intro We've all (well.. not ALL…) been in that situation where we need to generate random data for any number of reasons.  For instance, something I kept running into...

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