VMware OpenStack Heat Resource Plugin Code Review

The post a week ago Monday announced the release of the Heat resource plugin for VMware OpenStack and VMware Big Data Extensions. As I was working through the final issues before the plugin was released and the initial blog post announcing it, I realized it may be helpful to describe how the OpenStack Heat resource plugin works. The initial code […]

Building on Project Photon & Project Lightwave

The opportunities for VMware with Project Photon and Project Lightwave are significant. The press release stated: Designed to help enterprise developers securely build, deploy and manage cloud-native applications, these new open source projects will integrate into VMware’s unified platform for the hybrid cloud — creating a consistent environment across the private and public cloud to support cloud-native and traditional applications. By […]

Thoughts on the VMware Project Photon Announcement

VMware announced a new open source project call Project Photon today. The full announcement call be seen here. Essentially Project Photon is a lightweight Linux operating system built to support Docket and rkt (formerly Rocket) containers. The footprint is less than 400MB and can run containers immediately upon instantiation. I had heard rumors the announcement today was going to include some […]

OpenStack Resource Plugin for VMware Big Data Extensions

The final challenge in offering a full-featured Platform 3 private cloud utilizing OpenStack and VMware technologies has been the Platform-as-a-Service layer. VMware has many tools for helping individuals and companies offer a Platform-as-a-Service layer — vRealize Automation, vRealize Orchestrator and VMware Big Data Extensions. However, with the release of VMware Integrated OpenStack — and OpenStack in general — there is a […]

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