Monthly Archives: July 2013

Domains and IP Addresses Reserved for Documentation – and Why You Should Use Them

Earlier in my programming days, my go-to example would have been foo.com. Well, not always. If we had any inside jokes on the team, I might put something clever in there for fun. On the Cloud Foundry backend team, one … Continue reading

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Cloud Foundry is Open and Pivotal, Part 2

In early March we introduced our vision for the Cloud Foundry Open Platform-as-a-Service project at Pivotal, and laid out a strategy of furthering our broad ecosystem with deep engineering partnerships with external organizations. “Adding full-time external committers has always been … Continue reading

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IBM WebSphere Liberty Buildpack on Cloud Foundry

IBM has just announced it is joining the Cloud Foundry project and making it a component of their open cloud architecture. Pivotal and IBM has jointly announced a series of actions to further engage the community in Cloud Foundry. A … Continue reading

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OpenStack Swift as a Cloud Foundry service

This is a guest blog post by anynines, a Cloud Foundry hosted cloud provider from Europe. In the past few years, the perception of cloud hosting has been revolutionized by the growth of IaaS and PaaS environments. However, many of … Continue reading

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