Cloudify Plugins Releases: AWSSDK 2.5.0, OpenStack 2.11.0, Azure 2.1.0, Utilities 1.9.2, Libvirt 0.5.0
Below are the latest Cloudify plugin updates: AWSSDK Plugin v2.5.0 2.5.0: – New behavior for external resources in relationships. – New + External = Perform Op (Current Behavior) – External + External = No Op (Current Behavior) – External + New = Op (Added New Behavior) – Verify instances added to ELB on assoc. –
Edge Cloud Service Orchestration with Azure and Azure Stack
Introduction Microsoft has grown its Azure offering by leaps and bounds, especially in the past year. In our previous blog post about our Azure and Azure Stack plugins, we pointed out that Microsoft’s cloud service is seen as a definite number two in public cloud, behind Amazon’s AWS, but is quickly gaining among large enterprises.
Cloudify 4.4 has dropped! Significant security and usability enhancements (and new modular policy management feature preview)
Cloudify 4.4 is here and we’ve got some major security and UX improvements for you! We also have some cool updates regarding our roadmap towards a more modular architecture and configurable closed-loop orchestration. Some of our new features include a new Dry Run capability as well as an Account Lockout mechanism and many more enhancements
Cloudify Plugins Releases: AWSSDK 2.3.3, Azure 1.7.2
Below are the latest Cloudify plugin updates: AWSSDK Plugin v2.3.3 v2.3.3 Support connecting ENI to Security Group via relationships. Download the latest release of the Cloudify AWSDK Plugin, version 2.3.3. For more information, see the changelog, or read the docs. Azure Plugin v1.7.2 v1.7.2 Updates NICs and Data Disks on configure operation. Download the latest release of
The Cloudify Azure Plugin with Azure Stack Support
While AWS is still seen as the cloud provider to beat, Microsoft has been making real strides in the past few years with Azure. Microsoft recently reported a higher annual run rate than AWS. They are consistently noted as either the number one or number two cloud provider according to different sources. In our own
Cloudify Plugins Releases: AWSSDK 2.3.2, Utilities 1.7.1, Azure 1.7.1
Below are the latest Cloudify plugin updates: AWSSDK Plugin v2.3.2 v2.3.2 supports adding a security group to a NIC via a relationship. Download the latest release of the Cloudify AWSDK Plugin, version 2.3.2. For more information, see the changelog, or read the docs. Utilities Plugin v1.7.1 v1.7.1 Various bug fixes. Fix bug introduced in 1.7.0 when blueprint
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,
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.
Migrating Your VMware to Azure – Challenges and Tools
Learn how to migrate your VMware environments to Azure using the right tools and understanding the challenges.
Deploying Your App Onto AWS and OpenStack With Hybrid Cloud Orchestration Using a Single Cloudify TOSCA Blueprint
There is no limit to the variety of system layouts. The most basic would be a database and an application on a single VM. However, very few operations teams have all of their infrastructure in one place. At Cloudify, we’ve been referring to real world scenarios with the term Hybrid Cloud, which actually is