Monthly Archives: April 2012

Cloud Foundry Multi-Cloud Options Keep Multiplying: BOSH CPI Support for OpenStack

Cloud Foundry provides a consistent model for deploying and running applications across multiple clouds. This multi-cloud approach preserves developer choice and flexibility, both today and in the future. Following on the heels of the BOSH hackathon at the recent OpenStack … Continue reading

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Cloud Foundry Multi-Cloud Options Keep Multiplying: BOSH CPI Support for OpenStack

Cloud Foundry provides a consistent model for deploying and running applications across multiple clouds. This multi-cloud approach preserves developer choice and flexibility, both today and in the future. Following on the heels of the BOSH hackathon at the recent OpenStack … Continue reading

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Cloud Foundry Roadmap: Below the Water Line

Earlier this month we moved to a new open source contribution process for Cloud Foundry.  As part of the new process, we also want to share more information about what code is coming in the future.  This post is the … Continue reading

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Cloud Foundry Roadmap: Below the Water Line

Earlier this month we moved to a new open source contribution process for Cloud Foundry.  As part of the new process, we also want to share more information about what code is coming in the future.  This post is the … Continue reading

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Cloud Foundry Powers Data Sets for Mumbai

This is the third post of a series of guest blogs by application developers. We are featuring a use case by Romin Irani, an individual developer who built APIs for valuable data sets in the City of Mumbai as a public … Continue reading

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Cloud Foundry at the OpenStack Design Summit

The Cloud Foundry development team presented Cloud Foundry BOSH at the OpenStack Design Summit on Wednesday in San Francisco, followed by a hackathon focused on adding OpenStack support. BOSH is an open source tool chain for release engineering, deployment and lifecycle management … Continue reading

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Cloud Foundry at the OpenStack Design Summit

The Cloud Foundry development team presented Cloud Foundry BOSH at the OpenStack Design Summit on Wednesday in San Francisco, followed by a hackathon focused on adding OpenStack support. BOSH is an open source tool chain for release engineering, deployment and lifecycle management … Continue reading

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Protected: Using JRuby for Rails Applications on Cloud Foundry

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More than 2,000 Developers Attend Cloud Foundry China Open Tour

The first two stops of Cloud Foundry Open Tour at Beijing and Shanghai were huge successes! We had about 1000+ developers show up at each city for this one day event. 10 speakers from across the world delivered 15 high quality … Continue reading

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The New CloudFoundry.org = Gerrit + Jenkins + GitHub

When we launched Cloud Foundry last year we started with an inefficient open source process based on a complex dual repo structure. The workflow was cumbersome for us to maintain, and at times frustrating for you to consume. Today we are launching … Continue reading

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