- October 23, 2016
- Posted by: Sharone Zitzman
- Category: Uncategorized
Back to back events is just our style! October is a whirlwind month this year – we just finished VMworld and it’s straight over to OpenStack Summit. The good news – we don’t even have to leave the country!
The Cloudify crew will be out and about serving up loads of interesting demos from hybrid cloud and Kubernetes microservices deployments on OpenStack, VMware, AWS, Azure, and GCP to automated VNF on-boarding on top of Openstack with commodity hardware. Come by for a meet and greet at Booth C4.
Set up a meeting with us at OpenStack Summit! Schedule Meeting
Our main focus this summit is hybrid cloud + hybrid stack. You know – when you have your legacy environment, but you want to introduce Docker containers, with Kubernetes orchestration or Docker Swarm cluster scheduling and microservices. We should mention that Cloudify is actually among the top container tools used to manage OpenStack applications according to their latest survey published in this past April.
The key with Cloudify is that we are built for interoperability, with TOSCA, and pluggability. So, Cloudify is not reliant on any specific hardware or software – we do pure-play, full lifecycle orchestration, including post-deployment healing, scaling, and much more.
We also have talks, demos, and a panel you should come see:
Speaking @ OpenStack Barcelona
We are very excited to have a range of speaking sessions at the summit on various cloud orchestration topics. Here is what we have in store, so make sure to add them to your schedule:
Wednesday, October 26
- 3:05-3:45pm – Project: OPNFV – Base system functionality testing (Functest) of a vIMS on OpenStack | CCIB – P0 – Room 021
- 3:55-4:35pm – Lessons from the Community: What I’ve Learned As An OpenStack Day Organizer | CCIB – P1 – Room 133/134
- 11:50am-12:10pm – Orchestrating and Managing VNFs Using an OpenStack Controller on ETX Hardware | CCIB – P0 – Marketplace Theater
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