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In this post, Concourse and Pivotal Cloud Foundry expert Dan Higham explains how anyone can set up continuous deployment, triggered any time a new application is pushed to GitHub. Sample configuration files and code is provided for the Concourse manifest, the Go app, the Go test, and pipeline itself. There are also a number of graphics that visualize various processes running.
This is the final post in our CI pipeline series. This time, we talk about how the pipeline stages loggregator-related changes to cf-release to other cf-release consumers (e.g. other teams) in a minimal-impact way. We also show how the pipeline uses git to rebase and merge the various repositories and branches that flow into it.
Cloud Foundry at Pivotal recently set up new continuous integration pipelines for loggregator, using Thoughtworks’ Go (not to be confused with Go, the programming language.) This is the first in a planned series of related blog posts; its intention is to provide an initial overview of our pipelines.
Finally getting the chance to dive into Go has been an absolutely amazing experience. While the language has been a pleasure to work with my pair hit two pain points that I am sure most new Go-phers will run into:… Read more
Service brokers are what make this provisioning and binding happen with ease, and today we are delighted to report that Cloud Foundry partner, SAP, has open sourced a new Cloud Foundry service broker for their SAP HANA database. To round out a very compelling three-way partnership, Swisscom have deployed SAP HANA DB, Cloud Foundry and the new service broker to their infrastructure; Cloud Foundry brings the elastic runtime, SAP brings the service and Swisscom is the service provider – wholesome goodness! And finally, to exercise the service broker, Pivotal worked with another partner, Accenture, to migrate the Spring Trader (dare I say “legacy”?) application to this environment.
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 … Read more
You can find our new Cloud Foundry CLI, written in Go on github.A complete rewrite, and yes, we changed things
We hadn’t been happy with the Ruby CLI for a while. We had three big problems: it was hard … Read more
Yesterday I found another reason to love working with MDPress for creating presentations.
MDPress is an open source tool that generates HTML presentations from Markdown content. It’s great for someone who works on the command line all day, and who … Read more
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 … Read more
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 … Read more