Blog authors: Sahdev P. Zala (email@example.com @sp_zala) Eduardo Patrocinio (firstname.lastname@example.org @patrocinio) The OpenStack Heat Translator is one of the projects under the main OpenStack Heat orchestration project. It facilitates translation of OASIS TOSCA service template to Heat Orchestration Template (HOT) and the deployment of translated template into an OpenStack cloud. To use it,... Continue reading Docker Containerized OpenStack Heat Translator
Containers are now alive and well on OpenStack: not only can users easily deploy containers but OpenStack services themselves have been well containerized, as evident in projects such as Kolla and OpenStack Ansible. The next natural question is, how do containers scale? In other words, what happens when ten of thousands containers are... Continue reading How do containers scale on OpenStack?
When looking at container orchestration platforms, open-source communities have produced a number of viable options including Kubernetes, Marathon-Mesos, or Docker Swarm. Kubernetes stands out as a popular choice amongst many users looking to run cloud-native on-line workloads. Continue reading Exploring Kubernetes as a Mesos Framework: Does it make sense?
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation is hosting Cloud Native Day, a full-day conference on August 25 in Toronto. Join leading contributors in cloud native apps and computing, containers, microservices, central orchestration processing, and related projects. Continue reading Cloud Native Day: More sizzle for your summer!
This blog post will cover setting up a development environment for Kubernetes. This series of posts is primarily for developers, technical writers, and testers who are, or will be, working on the Kubernetes project. Continue reading Kubernetes Developer Guide – Part 1