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Docker and Cloud Foundry

By Phil Whelan, April 8, 2014

Docker and Cloud Foundry In this post I will give an overview of where you might find Docker integration within the Cloud Foundry ecosystem. We will look at Decker, Stackato and Diego.

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18 Months of docopt - A Polyglot CLI Option Parser

By Phil Whelan, April 3, 2014

--docopt=YES! Back in late 2012 when I was working on building kato, the system administration tool for Stackato, we were looking for the perfect option parser. Up to that point kato was written in Python, but for various reasons we decided to jump ship and write it from scratch in Ruby.

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10 Awesome Features of Stackato 3.2

By Phil Whelan, March 31, 2014

Around the 3.2 piano Stackato 3.0, which was released at the end of 2013, was a huge milestone for the product. We added a slew of new features and it received an overhaul from top to bottom.

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Cloud Foundry Advisory Board Meeting - 2014 March

By Phil Whelan, March 27, 2014

CAB Meeting March 2014

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Orchestrating the Cloud for Success

By John Wetherill, March 26, 2014

It's probably safe to say that most users of cloud-hosted applications don't fully appreciate the staggering complexity of the underlying architecture and infrastructure required to host a reliable, secure and scalable cloud application.

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Brandon Philips Explains etcd

By Phil Whelan, March 18, 2014

Switchboard Last month I spoke with Ben Golub, CEO of Docker Inc. We briefly discussed service discovery and how it relates to Docker. A close cousin of Docker is etcd, since etcd and Docker seem to swim in the same circles.

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A Brief History Of Cloud Foundry and Stackato

By Phil Whelan, March 13, 2014

Anatomy Of Flight

The Cloud Foundry project is a little older than most people realize.

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Best Practices for a Private PaaS Implementation

By Kathy Thomas, March 9, 2014

Stackato Private PaaS Architecture DiagramUsually customers have come to us after trying to build their own private PaaS from scratch or from using a variety of open source components, However, for a wide variety of reasons, it doesn’t quite materialize the way they originally hoped.

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The Cloud Foundry Ecosystem - Everybody Wins

By Phil Whelan, March 5, 2014

All hands in The PaaS landscape is changing. Many of the anticipated shifts are yet to come. Most of the expected changes are based on predictions of what the big players should do to align themselves for a prosperous future.

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No More Leaks: Detecting Memory Leaks in Cloud Applications with Plumbr and Stackato

By John Wetherill, March 4, 2014

stackato-plumbr-no-leaks-in-cloud A few months ago at JavaOne I had the pleasure of meeting Nikita Salnikov-Tarnovski, founder of Plumbr, an exciting startup from Estonia. Nikita and his team have created a tool which I believe should be categorized as “essential” for cloud developers that build apps based on the JVM.

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