Orchestrating Cloud Applications With TOSCA

September 25, 2015 // 0 Comments

Orchestrating Cloud Applications With TOSCA from Arthur Berezin   Orchestrating Cloud Applications With TOSCA 1. @ArthurBerezin Director of Product – Cloudify, GigaSpaces Orchestrating Cloud Applications with TOSCA OpenStack TLV Meetup 5 August 2015 2. Agenda ● Cloud Applications ● TOSCA (Topology & Orchestration Specification...[READ MORE]

Deep Dive Into a Highly Available OpenStack Architecture

May 28, 2015 // 1 Comment

OpenStack Summit Vancouver 2015 Wednesday, May 20 • 9:00am – 9:40am Abstract: Many organizations choose OpenStack for it’s distributed architecture, and ability to deliver Infrastructure-as-a-Service platforms for mission critical applications. In such environments, that run production workloads, the cloud control plane is ought to...[READ MORE]

Building Custom Dashboards in OpenStack Horizon

February 17, 2015 // 0 Comments

I’ve been planning to write a post on how to create custom dashboards to Horizon, since I ran into this really great post by Keith Tenzer on the topics, I’ll probably refocus the upcoming post on how to leverage the new AngularJS frontend framework that was added in IceHouse release as some of the existing UI elements in Horizon...[READ MORE]

Vancouver OpenStack Summit Voting Is Now Open

February 17, 2015 // 0 Comments

Vancouver OpenStack Summit is coming up quickly, the summit will take place on May 18th-22nd 2015, and now the voting for the presentation is OPEN, so you can influence which content would be chosen to be presented during the Summit. There are 17 tracks and over 1,000 talks, panels and how-to sessions proposed for the 5 days conference. If you...[READ MORE]

OpenStack “L” Release Named: Liberty

February 16, 2015 // 0 Comments

OpenStack names each release in alphabetic order of the ABC, the first release named Austin, second release named Bexar, third Cactus, Diablo, Essex, Folsom, Grizzly, Havana, Icehouse, Juno, Kilo. The chosen name for a releases is somehow related to the place where the semi-annual OepnStack Design Summit takes place, in which all planning happens....[READ MORE]

OpenStack Horizon: Looking Ahead to Kilo

February 5, 2015 // 0 Comments

Horizon Program Technical Lead, David Lyle, provided in a recent Webcast and a blog post a pretty good summery on what’s coming up in Kilo release for Horizon. Support for Ironic Horizon will support Ironic in the Kilo release cycle for both end users and operators. End users will be able to set up a bare metal instance and operators can...[READ MORE]

Ceilometer Architecture

February 5, 2015 // 2 Comments

Ceilometer Architecture The following figure describes the main components of the Ceilometer sub-system. Let’s briefly review the components from left to right. The compute agent runs on each compute node and polls statistics mainly via libvirt. The central agent runs centrally and polls statistics of the RESTful APIs of nova, glance,...[READ MORE]

OpenStack APIs Are For Cloud Admins, Not Developers

February 4, 2015 // 0 Comments

VMware explains that they are responding to customer “demand for powerful OpenStack APIs to their developers” with their OpenStack product. In other words, what OpenStack provides is a nice set of developer APIs, and if developers want that, VMware will provide it for them on top of their existing infrastructure. OpenStack APIs are not...[READ MORE]

Sneak Peek into Heat New Features in OpenStack Kilo Release

January 5, 2015 // 4 Comments

It still feels like the last OpenStack Summit in Paris has just ended, the amazing views of Paris are sill fresh in memory and the magnificent scents of the delicious meals are still lingering, but[back to reality] we are already far into the Kilo schedule, at the second iteration of the Kilo Cycle. A lot has been discussed during Kilo design...[READ MORE]

Tips to Improve Organizations Contributing To OpenStack

December 31, 2014 // 2 Comments

A great talk by Stefano Maffulli from the OpenStack foundation with some good advice if you want your contributions to be accepted more quickly and smoothly. If you ever experienced some of these pain points: “your contribution is late or missing tests” “thank you but we don’t like how you implemented it” this talk will be useful....[READ MORE]
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