Jeremy is the community and growth manager at Cloudify. He is also co-chair of the Technical Marketing & Education ad-hoc for the OASIS TOSCA Technical Committee. While he isn't spending time with his wife and 2 daughters or brewing beer, Jeremy is an organizer of several meet-ups as well as events such as OpenStack Day Israel and DevOpsDays Tel Aviv.
Orchestrating NetNumber’s TITAN Platform and On-boarding and Service Chaining VNFs
Telcos and enterprises alike are all clamoring to virtualize their networks, in order to reduce dependence on hardware, enable greater agility, and cost savings. And it’s no surprise that as a result of the networking industry being a very closed and proprietary market segment to date, Telcos and enterprises are turning to open orchestration to
Multi-Cloud VNF Onboarding on Azure and OpenStack via ONAP
For those not familiar with our product, Cloudify is an open source, model-driven orchestrator based on TOSCA which enables organizations to deploy and manage the full lifecycle of applications across multiple clouds. One of the strongest aspects of Cloudify is its ability to deploy multiple virtual network functions (VNF) in a multi-cloud (or Multi-VIM) environment,
An Update On The ARIA TOSCA Project and Where It’s Headed
In the beginning of 2016, the ARIA TOSCA project was announced. Since then, the project has made its way into the Apache Software Foundation and is currently in the incubation process. This follows the path of intent for ARIA, which was to create a completely open source and open governance TOSCA orchestration engine that was
DevOpsDays Tel Aviv 2017 – Growing by Leaps and Bounds
It’s honestly been a few years since we wrote a post-DevOpsDays Tel Aviv blog post, but I just wanted to reflect on how much the DevOps community and this event have grown. In fact, each year the DevOpsDays Tel Aviv conference has grown in attendance around 20% annually on average. And the organizing team has
The Open Source Podcast – Episode 4 | Bare Metal OpenStack for Data Backup and Disaster Recovery
As the OpenStack Summit Sydney comes to a close, we decided it was a good time to throw some more OpenStack content goodness your way. It goes without saying that Bare Metal OpenStack is on a growth trajectory, and of course, Data Backup and Disaster Recovery are crucial aspects of any organization’s toolkit. So, we
Edge computing workloads: VMs, containers, or bare metal?
This article originally appeared in Enterprise IOT Insights on October 11, 2017. We live in an era of connected and smart devices. With their proliferation, the growth of data has mushroomed to new heights. This data reaches all the way from the end user to your cloud or on-site data center for processing, storage, and
Cloudify Makes NFV Award Shortlists
Cloudify Honored for Groundbreaking NFV Work Last week, Cloudify and VMware announced our selection by Partner Communications and the privilege we’ve had to assist this leading Israel telco group with delivering an Open vCPE and SD-WAN solution in record time. Already this work is being recognized for its innovation and excellence in advancing the industry.
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
Overcoming the Five Hybrid Cloud Adoption Challenges
This article originally appeared in SDxCentral on August 25th. Let’s start with a couple of questions for the CIO reader. First, should your enterprises work with a single cloud provider? Most likely your answer will be “No!” And for good reason. Second, will hybrid (not necessarily cloud) be part of your data center’s future in
Kubernetes Core Concepts and Tools for Monitoring K8s
Kubernetes, as we’ve mentioned in earlier posts, is definitely the fastest growing open source, container-specific orchestration tools today. We are hearing more and more large organizations moving over big chunks of their business to cloud-native workloads. Github was one of the latest to take the plunge into K8s in production for all of their workloads.