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Cloudify Plugins Release: AWSSDK Plugin v2.3.0.
AWSSDK Plugin v2.3.0 Download the latest release of the Cloudify AWSDK Plugin, version 2.3.0. This version adds support for modify instance attribute and modify network interface attribute. These operations can be used in order to disable or enable source and destination checking. For more information, see the changelog, or read the docs.
Cloudify Plugins Release: Kubernetes Plugin v2.3.0
Kubernetes Plugin v2.3.0 Download the latest release of the Cloudify Kubernetes Plugin, version 2.3.0. This version includes support for using existing resources. Also added is a node type for Kubernetes nodes. For more information, see the changelog, or read the docs.
Cloudify Plugins Release: Utilities Plugin v1.5.4
Utilities Plugin v1.5.4 Download the latest release of the Cloudify Utilities Plugin, version 1.5.4. This version of the Utilities plugin includes fixes to improve support of Cisco devices. For more information, see the changelog, or read the docs.
Cloudify Plugins Release: Azure, Kubernetes, Utilities, AWS SDK
Azure Plugin v1.6.1 Download the latest release of the Cloudify Azure Plugin, version 1.6.1. This version of the Azure plugin now supports the Azure Stack – so check it out! It also addresses a bug handling missing headers in deleted resource groups. For more information, see the changelog, or read the docs. See this blueprint example to deploy a
Cloud-Native VNFs: What’s All the Fuss About?
The original post was published on Jan 17, 2017 on WirelessWeek. Preface While this post is already over a year old, the lessons are still very much relevant in the current climate. Network Functions are still undergoing the transformation from physical appliances to virtual applications and more telcos and CSPs are recognizing the importance of
A Look At Cloudify’s Advanced Security Features From SSL To Secrets And More
Cloudify was architected with security at top of mind and designed for real world production environments and the demanding workloads of our clients. However, to ensure editorial accuracy, when we refer to security in this post, we are actually referring to the internal workings of Cloudify Manager and the feature set that ensures enhanced security
How to Use Cloudify’s Deployment Proxy to Pass Parameters Between Deployments and More
This post originally appeared in Sebastian’s personal blog at this link. What happens if you need to service chain VNF’s and you need to pass parameters between VNF deployments? This question looks a bit trivial, but sometimes it may cause users a bit of a headache. Why? Because if you’re, for example, service chaining a
Cloudify Partners With Boutique Cloud Services Firm GRTH
We are excited to announce a new partnership with boutique Israeli cloud services firm GRTH. The team at GRTH specializes in assisting companies with their digital transformation from traditional IT to the cloud and provides end-to-end solutions to its customers at both the business and technological levels. With this alliance, Cloudify and GRTH will work
Provisioning Cloudify Services With Kubernetes
This post is a continuation of my previous post about integrating Cloudify via the Kubernetes service broker extension. That post laid out a plan to essentially proxy Cloudify blueprints from Kubernetes using the service brokerage mechanism. To recap, the service brokerage extension in Kubernetes enables the consumption of services external to Kubernetes in a native way. This
Our Approach to Resource Governance and Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)
One of the main tasks of an orchestrator is to provide its users balance between flexibility and control. The flexibility is required to manage a large variety of applications, services, and processes without forcing changes on them. The control is mandatory as the orchestrator lives in a complex environment where many components, and sometimes users,