Monthly Archives: September 2012

Experimental Clojure Support in Cloud Foundry

We have been working on making it easier to deploy Clojure apps to Cloud Foundry [1]. Clojure is a functional language that runs on the JVM that allows rapid prototyping of applications while offering great support for integration with Java libraries. Many … Continue reading

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Experimental Clojure Support in Cloud Foundry

We have been working on making it easier to deploy Clojure apps to Cloud Foundry [1]. Clojure is a functional language that runs on the JVM that allows rapid prototyping of applications while offering great support for integration with Java libraries. Many … Continue reading

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Cloud Foundry Visits India

Cloud Foundry Open Tour developer events are designed to help technologists behind the industry’s leading open Platform as a Service to meet and exchange ideas. Last week, we visited India with a huge success–about 1,100 developers attended a series of Cloud … Continue reading

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Cloud Foundry Integration for Eclipse Now Supports Standalone Java Applications and Java 7

A new release of Cloud Foundry Integration for Eclipse is available which features the ability to publish standalone Java applications to CloudFoundry.com using either Java 6 or Java 7. Java 7 is also now supported for Grails, Java Web and … Continue reading

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How We Built AppFog Using Cloud Foundry

The value proposition of using the cloud is that “things will be easy this way.” Building and operating large scale clouds, however, is rarely easy. As Mark Lucovsky said in his recent interview, “Who said large scale distributed systems are simple?” While solutions … Continue reading

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How We Built AppFog Using Cloud Foundry

The value proposition of using the cloud is that “things will be easy this way.” Building and operating large scale clouds, however, is rarely easy. As Mark Lucovsky said in his recent interview, “Who said large scale distributed systems are simple?” While solutions … Continue reading

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Build a Real Time Activity Stream on Cloud Foundry with Node.js, Redis and MongoDB 2.0 – Part III

In Part II of this series, we covered the architecture needed for persisting the Activity Streams to MongoDB and fanning it out in real-time to all the clients using Redis PubSub. Since then, some exciting new Node.js features for Cloud Foundry were launched. … Continue reading

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Deploying to AWS Using Cloud Foundry BOSH

Cloud Foundry was designed and built to support distributed applications that can be moved between multiple clouds, including those running on different IaaS infrastructures such as vSphere, vCloud, OpenStack and Amazon Web Services. The key to supporting multiple clouds is BOSH, a cloud deployment … Continue reading

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Deploying to AWS Using Cloud Foundry BOSH

Cloud Foundry was designed and built to support distributed applications that can be moved between multiple clouds, including those running on different IaaS infrastructures such as vSphere, vCloud, OpenStack and Amazon Web Services. The key to supporting multiple clouds is BOSH, a cloud deployment … Continue reading

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