Big Cloud Fabric is the industry’s first leaf/spine SDN fabric to support open networking switches. The Big Cloud Fabric controller acts as a single pane of glass for network provisioning, troubleshooting, visibility and analytics of the entire physical and virtual network environment. With BCF 3.5, we continue to enhance network visibility and automation for VMware… Continue reading Demo: VMware vRealize Log Insight Plugin for Big Cloud Fabric
Big Cloud Fabric supports vPods with Single Physical Big Cloud Fabric. This demo show cases how multiple, isolated vPods can co-exist on a single physical infrastructure, where each vPod can be associated with a different vSphere or OpenStack orchestration.
Today at VMworld® 2015, VMware, Inc. (NYSE: VMW) announced new innovations for the company’s unified hybrid cloud platform. These new public cloud services and software-defined solutions will enable customers to build applications faster, improve IT security, rapidly recover from disasters and drive meaningful business value. “Digital business transformation is creating new opportunities and new risks… Continue reading VMware Extends Unified Hybrid Cloud Platform
Hybrid cloud represents the next evolution in enterprise cloud architecture and enables businesses to enjoy the best of both worlds: infrastructure resource elasticity with the flexibility of a public cloud, and the security, control and regulatory compliance of a private cloud. As ideal as hybrid cloud may sound, it still can face challenges from both… Continue reading Deploying a Hybrid Cloud with OpenStack: Dynamic Service Automation
This session will discuss considerations for setting up and using a site-to-site (network-to-network) VPN connection from your on-premise datacenter that is running OpenStack Juno to an off-premise private cloud environment, running on OpenStack Icehouse. Also we’ll describe the openstack control plane network traffic and discuss the traffic that flows across the VPN connection. We’ll also… Continue reading Network Connectivity in a Hybrid OpenStack Cloud
Chargeback and rating are currently lacking in OpenStack. If you wish to define/charge costs to your clients’ cloud usages or yours, you’ll need to develop your own tools. CloudKitty is addressing these use cases by adding an highly modular rating engine to you OpenStack cloud. In this talk we will introduce CloudKitty, an open source… Continue reading CloudKitty an Open Source rating and chargeback component for OpenStack
In early 2014, Time Warner Cable began an initiative to transform internal IT operations using OpenStack. Over the next 6 months we grew a team and deployed OpenStack in two data centers and offered it to our customers with self-service features like geo-redundant object storage and global identity. Come listen to us talk as we… Continue reading Growing OpenStack at Time Warner Cable
Amazon Web Services (AWS) provides an easy on-ramp, simple swipe a credit card and you can start building clouds and cloud applications. OpenStack appears more complex: download, install, configure, manage, upgrade. So which do you use and when? In this session you will learn: What’s the difference between public, private, managed and hybrid clouds? Do… Continue reading Public or Private Cloud, Amazon Web Services or OpenStack