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CollabNet’s CloudForge Available on run.pivotal.io Marketplace

The following is a guest post by Kelly Lanspa from the CloudForge product team. CloudForge from CollabNet is a collaborative software development and application lifecycle management platform. It includes source code management, Git/Subversion hosting and bug tracking on one platform, … Continue reading

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Monitoring Java Apps with AppDynamics

The following is a guest blog post by Dustin Whittle, Developer Evangelist at AppDynamics. AppDynamics is an Application Performance Management company that offers solutions to monitor a variety of applications running on public clouds or in private data centers. App … Continue reading

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Migrating a Cloud Foundry PaaS to Run on OpenStack

The following is a guest blog post by Julian Fischer (hello@anynines.com, @railshoster) founder and CEO or AnyNines, a Cloud Foundry and Rails hosting service operated by Avarteq GmbH in Saarbrücken, Germany. Cloud Foundry is well known for simplifying application portability … Continue reading

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Sending Email from Cloud Foundry Java Applications with SendGrid

The following is a guest blog post by Scott Motte (@scottmotte), Developer Evangelist at SendGrid, a cloud based SMTP email delivery and management service. A few weeks ago SendGrid released their sendgrid-java helper library. The library goes a step further … Continue reading

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Continuous Deployment and Application Delivery with CloudMunch

The following is a guest post from Rosmi Chandy, Software Developer at CloudMunch, a continuous deployment and application delivery platform. CloudMunch recently announced the availability of our integration with Cloud Foundry. CloudMunch is a cloud-based solution for continuous integration, testing … Continue reading

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Monitoring Cloud Foundry Applications with New Relic

A couple of weeks ago, Ben Hale blogged about the new Cloud Foundry Java Buildpack, highlighting some great new features and our design principles – the “it just works” experience. The new buildpack provides the opportunity for a new level … Continue reading

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