We Built Alexa Voice Control for Cloudify with Serverless, AWS Lambda
Serverless. It’s all the rage. And one of our awesome engineers, Joshua Cornutt, wanted to see how we could apply it to Cloudify. From that initial thought came inspiration – voice control. Amazon already has the ability to create new Alexa skills, and, with Lambda, it’s pretty simple to build a basic application. So, he
Cloudify 4.1 has dropped! Here’s what’s new…
Read this post to learn more about Cloudify 4.1 and what we’re doing to make cloud orchestration and management even better.
Bootstrapping Cloudify 4 on OpenStack, AWS, Azure, and more – A Simple Step by Step Tutorial
In this tutorial, we walk users through setting up an AWS or OpenStack environment and bootstrapping and configuring Cloudify Manager.
Installing Cloudify 4 on AWS and OpenStack – A Simple Step by Step Tutorial
In this tutorial, we walk users through setting up an AWS or OpenStack environment and installing and configuring Cloudify in a simple step by step manner.
How and Why We Built an Internal Service for Cloudify – and Why You Should, Too
In this post, Omer takes us through Cloudify Service, the service built for internal testing of CLoudify, using Cloudify. He also notes why this is a good practice for any development team.
Azure versus AWS for the Enterprise
Which would you choose for your enterprise and why – AWS or Azure, or maybe both?
The Cloudify Awesome Sauce Monthly DevOps Roundup | September 2016
The Awesome Sauce roundup brings you the good, the great, and the funny of DevOps news each month!
Deploying A Death Star In The Cloud
As Star Wars: The Force Awakens takes over the news, with everybody making Star Wars related images, videos, memes, and more, we wanted to bring a DevOps touch to the fun. We poke just a bit of fun at a few of our favorite IaaS clouds: OpenStack, VMware, and AWS. Let us know
We started using Vagrant and Packer for our build process. You won’t believe what happened next…
We have many artifacts to build. From Docker and machine images to potentially relocatable Python virtualenvs, node.js tar files and Windows binaries.
Vagrant Cloud – Creating Vagrant Box Files for a VirtualBox Provider in AWS
This post was originally published on Developer.com. The Pain Point Many developers often need to create easily reproducible development environments – for anything from testing to troubleshooting, and even continued development across teams. To this end, many technologies have arisen to answer this need from Vagrant and VirtualBox, and even Docker in certain contexts.