Using Cloudify to Extend Murano Past OpenStack to Multiple Clouds
It’s great to see Murano is gaining popularity and usage since its release, along with additional projects added in the last OpenStack releases – from Sahara to Marconi, I find the addition and the diversity of projects now available in this growing ecosystem extremely impressive. So for those who are unfamiliar, OpenStack Murano introduced […]
Cloudify Meets Kubernetes – Enhancing The Integration
Integrating Cloudify with Kubernetes is compelling for those with hybrid environments (containers, virtualization, cloud, bare metal, even hardware), who would like to leverage Kubernetes’ container management instead of Cloudify’s, and/or leverage Cloudify’s event driven workflows to perform autoscaling or other automatic processes. In my last post, I described an initial integration with Kubernetes, which […]
Domo Arigato, OpenStack Tokyo!
It’s on, folks! Tokyo is not just around the corner, it’s here – and OpenStack peddlers, developers, fanboys, newbies will all be out there to hear about how everyone is using OpenStack to improve the open cloud initiative and push this amazing project forward. Our own Cloudify team will also be making their way […]
Cloudify Meets Kubernetes – Container Management & Orchestration on Bare Metal
Cloudify lives at the extreme end of the “unopinionated” spectrum of application orchestration tools. Kubernetes (http://www.kubernetes.io), on the other hand, is a container orchestration system that is very opinionated. For those committed to a container based deployment architecture, it’s a great choice, especially for supporting microservices, a good reference on this can be found […]