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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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Installing Cloud Foundry on Vagrant

This is a guest blog post by Altoros, a software development firm specializing in PaaS enablement and integration services around Hadoop and NoSQL. Cloud Foundry is by default a highly distributed multi-tenant platform that is usually deployed at scale (>40 … Continue reading

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Want to Contribute to Cloud Foundry? Come on in!

Cloud Foundry is an Open Platform-as-a-Service, and an Open Source project. It has attracted phenomenal interest from the community - including partners, companies using the code internally, and those individual developers with a passion for getting involved. You can find the source … Continue reading

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Cloud Foundry and Open PaaS at OSCON

The Cloud Foundry team is at the premier Open Source conference, O’Reilly OSCON this week. What a difference a year makes! This time last year, the Cloud Foundry Open Source project and the idea of an open Platform as a Service (and … Continue reading

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Cloud Foundry and Open PaaS at OSCON

The Cloud Foundry team is at the premier Open Source conference, O’Reilly OSCON this week. What a difference a year makes! This time last year, the Cloud Foundry Open Source project and the idea of an open Platform as a Service (and … 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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