Monthly Archives: June 2012

Future-proofing Your Apps: Cloud Foundry and Node.js

Most real-world applications we ship to consumers or enterprises are multi-year projects. In the cloud era, newer technologies (programming languages, runtimes, frameworks) are created faster than ever. While most of them fail to get any traction, once in a while … Continue reading

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Heads Up on Some New Cloud Controller Features

As I discussed in my post at the end of April, the Cloud Controller is undergoing major surgery and this work is being done in the cloud_controller_ng repo. If you are following the review stream for the cloud_controller_ng project, its time … Continue reading

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Heads Up on Some New Cloud Controller Features

As I discussed in my post at the end of April, the Cloud Controller is undergoing major surgery and this work is being done in the cloud_controller_ng repo. If you are following the review stream for the cloud_controller_ng project, its time … Continue reading

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Deploying Tomcat 7 Using the Standalone Framework

The new standalone framework support greatly increases the number of different types of non-Web applications that can run on Cloud Foundry, including application servers. This tutorial will walk you through the steps to deploy a “hello world” application in a Tomcat 7 container … Continue reading

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Deploying Tomcat 7 Using the Standalone Framework

Editors Note: This post is now outdated and should only be considered eligible to work with Cloud Foundry v1. The new standalone framework support greatly increases the number of different types of non-Web applications that can run on Cloud Foundry, including application … Continue reading

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Administer Cloud Foundry with Mobile Apps

One of the neat things about Cloud Foundry is that, because the code is open source, it’s easy to see how the administration tools (such as the command line-based vmc) work. The Cloud Controller component has a REST API, which … Continue reading

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Open Web Foundation Agreement for Activity Streams Signed

At Cloud Foundry we care about making life easier for web developers and API developers. Open source helps developers reuse code. Open standards help developers reuse protocols and schemas. We are pleased to announce that VMware has furthered its commitment … Continue reading

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Open Web Foundation Agreement for Activity Streams Signed

At Cloud Foundry we care about making life easier for web developers and API developers. Open source helps developers reuse code. Open standards help developers reuse protocols and schemas. We are pleased to announce that VMware has furthered its commitment … Continue reading

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Redis in Action with Cloud Foundry

Redis is a popular open source, advanced key-value store project sponsored by VMware. It has been a Cloud Foundry core service from day one and is widely adopted by developers who love its performance and flexibility. In the following guest … Continue reading

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Cloudfuji Accelerates Delivery of Its Open Source Application Store with Cloud Foundry

Unlike most Platform as a Service offerings today, the open and extensible nature of Cloud Foundry means developers will not be locked into a single cloud or remain beholden to the feature set delivered based on a vendor’s timeline. This … Continue reading

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