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Cloud Foundry Advisory Board Meeting - 2014 July

By Phil Whelan, July 31, 2014

CAB Meeting June 2014 Our regular MC, Chris Ferris from IBM, was absent this month, so Michael Maximilien ("dr.max") from IBM kicked off this month's Cloud Foundry Community Advisory Board (CF-CAB) Meeting and kept things on track.

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Twelve-Factor App Rollback

By Phil Whelan, July 30, 2014

Back To The Previous Version! For those not familiar, "Twelve Factor Apps" were defined by Heroku in a beautifully succinct online document they wrote to define the 12 attributes of modern, scalable cloud applications. Such an application is ephemeral, works well with siblings and is decoupled in such a way that logging and configuration can be easily managed externally.

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Cloud Foundry Advisory Board Meeting - 2014 June

By Kathy Thomas, June 26, 2014

CAB Meeting June 2014 The Cloud Foundry Community Advisory Board started the session focussing on the Cloud Foundry Summit held in San Francisco earlier this month. Overall, the feedback about the conference was very positive. Cornelia Davis summed it up best, "The conference was really great...the energy was tremendous.

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Stackato and Lessons Learned with Cloud Foundry

By Jeff Hobbs, June 13, 2014

Here are the slides from my Cloud Foundry Summit 2014 presentation: Stackato and the Lessons Learned with Cloud Foundry. Below are some of the topics I discussed:

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Everybody Loves Cloud Foundry

By Jeff Hobbs, June 5, 2014

CAB Meeting May 2014 With the growing list of Cloud Foundry supporters, the question remains...can other open source PaaSes survive or has a new industry standard emerged? Despite PaaS being a nascent market, 33 companies (including HP, IBM, Rackspace, Docker and, of course, ActiveState) have bet on this particular horse in the race.

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Cloud Foundry and the Application Cloud Revolution

By Bernard Golden, June 3, 2014

Cloud computing, in the form of Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) has brought a real revolution to the use of computing infrastructure. In the past, resource provisioning commonly took multiple weeks or even months. IaaS, underpinned by the flexibility of virtualization, has reduced resource provisioning timeframes to hours – or even minutes.

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Cloud Foundry Advisory Board Meeting - 2014 May

By Phil Whelan, May 30, 2014

CAB Meeting May 2014

Chris Ferris of IBM started off today's Cloud Foundry Community Advisory Board meeting reflecting on the recent OpenStack conference. "One of the things I observed is that it's definitely starting to trend towards discussions around containers, and Cloud Foundry and OpenStack seem to be like hand-in-glove in a lot of the conversations.".

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OpenStack and Cloud Foundry

By Phil Whelan, May 21, 2014

Last week I attended the OpenStack Summit in Atlanta, which was a great opportunity to further understand the relationship between Cloud Foundry and the OpenStack ecosystem.

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Cloud Foundry Advisory Board Meeting - 2014 April

By Samantha Singh, May 4, 2014
Cloud Foundry Advisory Board April 2014
Impact Update
 
Chris Ferris provided a brief update on the IBM Impact Conference.
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Docker + Stackato: The Perfect Workload Portability Solution

By Bernard Golden, May 1, 2014

DockerIf you work in technology, you’d have to have been under a rock to have not heard about Docker. In a nutshell, Docker provides a lightweight container for code that can be installed onto a Linux system, providing both an execution environment for applications and partitioning to securely segregate sets of application code from one another.

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