Piston On June 12, 2015 Cisco acquired Piston Cloud Computing, a privately held San Francisco based Openstack product company. Piston provides software that enables streamlined operational deployment of large scale distributed systems. Piston's enterprise grade software helps customers automate orchestration and deployment of underlying distributed systems for running applications on OpenStack. Cloud computing has dramatically changed the IT landscape. To enable greater business agility and help lower costs, organizations are shifting from a primarily on-premise IT structure to hybrid IT: a mix of private cloud, public cloud, and on-premise applications. Cisco addresses the changing needs of its enterprise and service provider customers through its Intercloud strategy.
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Intelligent Automation for Cloud - Comprehensive Cloud Management Cisco Intelligent Automation for Cloud unifies cloud management now and provides a framework to scale to future cloud use cases. It includes everything you need—from a platform to a self-service portal tied to automated orchestration for rapid service delivery. This framework can adapt to new use cases such as multicloud and platform as a service (PaaS) to simplify cloud-based service delivery within organizations. Packetbeat - Application Monitoring - Open Source Use Beats & X-Pack to monitor infrastructure. Watch Video New Filebeat modules are here. RightScale brings on-premises vSphere into its cloud management purview RightScale has long prided itself on its ability to manage multiple clouds — private, public, hybrid, from different vendors, whatever. Now it’s making its first foray into customers’ old-school non-cloudy data centers. The new RightScale Cloud Appliance for vSphere will help the many companies that run vSphere virtualization and management tools in house along with outside clouds get a more consolidated view of those mixed environments. There are a ton of VMware shops out there that are heavily virtualized but haven’t yet made the leap to cloud but are weighing that possibility. “Having a multicloud management layer like RightScale helps them, if they deploy in vSphere and then want to move down the line to cloud, this leaves their options open,” said Thorsten von Eicken, co-founder and CTO of RightScale, based in Santa Barbara, Calif.
60+ Tools and Services for API and Webhook Logging, Debugging, Testing, Monitoring, Documentation and Discovery — John Sheehan Pretty much every day someone asks me if there's a tool for solving a specific API problem. While Runscope solves many API problems (particularly debugging, testing and monitoring) for app developers, there are many things we don't do. My goal with this post is to list out all the API tools that I know of and frequently recommend to people.
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