Cloud Foundry is an open source cloud computing platform originally developed in-house at VMware. It is now owned by Pivotal Software, which is a joint venture made up of VMware, EMC, and General Electric.
Cloud Foundry is optimized to deliver:
WSO2 is an open-source technology provider founded in 2006. It offers an enterprise platform for integrating application programming interfaces (APIs), applications, and web services locally and across the Internet. If you work intensely on SOA, you must surely deal with a lot of internal and external APIs. That is the scenario where WSO2 shines, thanks to its API Manager, which is capable of handling the full API lifecycle. WSO2 provides compliance with most of the requirements your clients could put forward, including versioning, API documentation, and SSL offloading.
Cloudify is an open source cloud orchestration framework. Cloudify allows you to model applications and services and automate their entire life cycle, including deployment on any cloud or data center environment, monitoring all aspects of the deployed application, detecting issues and failure, manually or automatically remediating them and handle on going maintenance tasks.
Your application in its entirety (Infrastructure, Middleware, Application Code, Scripts, Tool Configuration, Metrics and Logs) can be described in a Blueprint. Written in a human readable YAML format, a blueprint allows for high granularity of configuration of your application. You can define the complete lifecycle of each part of your application in a blueprint. Cloudify can deploy your application and manage it by utilizing the tools of your choice.
Cloudify’s custom workflows make it simple to change your application’s structure. Cloudify provides metrics and log collection capabilities to stream data to Cloudify so that you can act upon it. Data aggregation and visualization within Cloudify will allow you to execute the different workflows so that either you or Cloudify itself can make smart, actionable decisions based on business/application KPIs. Those decisions can either manually or automatically trigger workflows (such as scaling or healing) on the tactical front; or as application behavior analysis on the strategic front.
Red Hat OpenShift is an open source container application platform based on the Kubernetes container orchestrator for enterprise app development. It ships with Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® CoreOS for the Kubernetes master, and supports Red Hat Enterprise Linux for worker nodes. Red Hat OpenShift supports standard Docker and CRI-O runtimes. It includes hundreds of fixes to defect, security, and performance issues for upstream Kubernetes in every release. It is tested with dozens of technologies and is a robust tightly-integrated platform supported over a 9-year lifecycle. It includes software-defined networking and validates additional common networking solutions. Red Hat OpenShift also validates numerous storage and third-party plug-ins for every release. It ships with an integrated, private container registry (installed as part of the Kubernetes cluster or as standalone for greater flexibility). Teams with greater requirements can also use Red Hat Quay. It includes streamlined workflows to help teams get to production faster, including built-in Jenkins pipelines and our source-to-image technology to go straight from application code to container. It is also extensible to new frameworks like Istio and Knative. It helps administrators and support application teams, with service brokers (including direct access to AWS services), validated third-party solutions, and Kubernetes operators through the embedded OperatorHub.
Tsuru is an extensible and open source Platform as a Service (Paas) that uses Docker to make deploys simple and fast. Rede Globo, the second-largest commercial TV network worldwide, launched Tsuru as a Docker-based PaaS (platform as a service) product capable of orchestrating and running applications in a production environment. It is an open-source multi-provisioner platform that supports sites with millions of users, developed by Globo.com.
ActiveState's Stackato is an application platform for creating your own private Platform as a Service (PaaS) using any language on any stack in any cloud. Stackato can run on AWS among others like HP Cloud Services. OpenStack lets you build your own IaaS. Stackato can run on OpenStack among others. Enterprise ready private PaaS based on the Cloud Foundry open-source project and Docker. Stackato runs on top of your cloud infrastructure, and is the middleware from which your applications are launched. Developers simply upload their application source files to Stackato via IDE or command-line. Stackato automatically configures the required language runtimes, web frameworks, and data and messaging services.
Eucalyptus is open source software for building AWS-compatible private and hybrid clouds. As an Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) product, Eucalyptus allows your users to provision your compute and storage resources on-demand.