Predictions on Open Source, Orchestration and Network Automation for 2019
I wasn’t planning on writing my own predictions this year – it just so happens that I was asked to respond to future-looking questions as part of an RFI response. – and I thought that the initial conclusions from this exercise were worth sharing. My hope is to use this post to spark an open
Cloudify 4.5 has arrived! Cloud Native Orchestration from Network Core to Edge
We’re excited to announce our latest version of Cloudify – 4.5! This release comes with quite a few features, integrations, and improvements that focus on intent-based networking and closed-loop orchestration for cloud native and multi-cloud production deployments. With this latest release of Cloudify, organizations can manage their networks from the core to the edge. Version
Cloud Native Day Tel Aviv 2018 – The first conference of its kind in Israel!
That’s a wrap! The first ever Cloud Native Day conference in Israel is now behind us and we had such a great time seeing old friends and making new ones. As you may know, this event started out as OpenStack Day Israel about 6 years ago. From there, the community has grown leaps and bounds,
Cloudify Plugins Releases: OpenStack 2.11.0, Utilities 1.9.4, Kubernetes 2.3.2
OpenStack Plugin v2.11.0 2.11.0: – Ensure deletion of resources that were created under a create_if_missing condition. – Check for network ID provided as part of port node property. – Add support for static routes – Add runtime properties for ipv4 and ipv6 addresses Download the latest release of the Cloudify OpenStack Plugin, version 2.11.0. For
Agentless Auto-Healing Of VMs in Cloudify
One of Cloudify Manager’s distinctive features is the ability to perform automated day 2+ operational tasks. These typically boil down to analyzing an event stream produced by agents, and reacting by running workflows. Auto-healing is one such task. A metric is identified as a trigger, and when it fails to be delivered to the manager
Terraform vs Kubernetes
Scaling On-Demand Apps with Terraform and Kubernetes One constant about technology is that nothing is constant: everything changes all the time. Once ubiquitous, monolithic systems gave way to service-oriented architectures; now, they are starting to yield to microservices. Scalability is the main driver of the change, but there are other factors at work as well.
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
VOLTHA, SEBA, OSAM and ONAP with Cloudify for End-to-End Provisioning and Lifecycle Management of Access Devices
Introduction The industry is pushing to make the access world simple with “Access as a service.” Today, each access vendor has its own implementation and many silos exist on dedicated hardware. The motivation is to introduce an access architecture which is open, that potentially runs on commodity servers and whitebox switches, and is based on
Cloudify Service Binding For Kubernetes
This is the third post in a series about exploring the integration of Cloudify with Kubernetes via the Service Catalog feature. The first post explored the foundational concepts and set the stage for a project to develop a service broker for Cloudify. The second post described the architecture of the project, and provided a basic capability to list and provision services from and
5G To The Edge With AT&T: A Fully Orchestrated Open Source Stack
5G is already here. It was first deployed at really large scale at the Olympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang and it has proven to be a game changer. In the US, AT&T announced at the beginning of the year that their 5G rollouts will take place by the end of 2018, as have some others.