Monthly Archives: November 2012

Preserving Cloud Application Portability – Introducing Cloud Foundry Core

The Cloud Foundry team is happy to announce Cloud Foundry Core  -  a program designed to preserve cloud application portability. In the cloud computing world, preserving a choice of clouds is critical. The risks of being locked into a single … Continue reading

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Cloud Application Portability Made Easy – Introducing Cloud Foundry Core

The Cloud Foundry community is happy to announce Cloud Foundry Core  -  a program designed to make cloud application portability easier than ever. Cloud Foundry Core provides a baseline of common capabilities and an open mechanism to instantly validate application … Continue reading

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Cloud Application Portability Made Easy – Introducing Cloud Foundry Core

The Cloud Foundry community is happy to announce Cloud Foundry Core  -  a program designed to make cloud application portability easier than ever. Cloud Foundry Core provides a baseline of common capabilities and an open mechanism to instantly validate application … Continue reading

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New Release of Micro Cloud Foundry

We are excited to announce a new version of Micro Cloud Foundry™ with a new set of features. Among those new features is a new process to streamline frequent updates so that we can maintain compatibility between Micro Cloud Foundry … Continue reading

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Password Policy in Cloud Foundry

It’s a well-known fact that most users choose weak passwords. Choosing a strong password is actually much harder than it might seem at first. Huge wordlists constructed from previously leaked password databases are readily availably online and we consistently pick … Continue reading

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Password Policy in Cloud Foundry

It’s a well-known fact that most users choose weak passwords. Choosing a strong password is actually much harder than it might seem at first. Huge wordlists constructed from previously leaked password databases are readily availably online and we consistently pick … Continue reading

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How to Integrate an Application with Cloud Foundry using OAuth2

This article explains how to use Cloud Foundry APIs from a user application using the built in identity management solution in the User Account and Authentication Service (UAA). The UAA acts (amongst other things) as an OAuth 2.0 Authorization Server, … Continue reading

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How to Integrate an Application with Cloud Foundry using OAuth2

This article explains how to use Cloud Foundry APIs from a user application using the built in identity management solution in the User Account and Authentication Service (UAA). The UAA acts (amongst other things) as an OAuth 2.0 Authorization Server, … Continue reading

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