We are happy to announce the public release of the first open source Ceph object storage service broker that is compliant with the Open Service Broker API V2, now available on GitHub.
Cloud Platforms allow development teams to bring application to production very fast.
In Cloud Foundry a simple ‘cf push’ can be used to deploy your application and bind it to the required services. This works incredibly well for small applications. But as the trend in Cloud Native Applications is going towards microservice architectures, which easily can grow to a large number of decoupled components, it is hard to keep the overview of all the applications and dependencies. It also can get cumbersome and expensive to maintain the deployment scripts and configuration of the applications and very often deployments will get slow and unreliable.
When dorma+kaba was developing exivo, their new trusted, on-demand access control solution for small enterprises, they where exactly facing these challenges, because they had to run and maintain more than 70 apps and 60 services on the Swisscom Application Cloud. Continue reading
The Cloud Foundry Summit 2015 (third Cloud Foundry conference in total) took place this year on May 11th and 12th at the Santa Clara Convention Center. Attending already the second time it was great to see how the community and ecosystem is growing and the products are maturing.
With more than 1500 attendees, the event was about 50% larger than last year. But more interestingly the ratio of vendors to customers changed from about 80%/20% to approximately 60%/40%, which shows the raising momentum of Cloud Foundry and PaaS in general.
The two days where packed with very interesting presentations in the key-notes and break-out sessions. It was a nice mix of vendor presentations, customer / user experience reports and technical talks on development, operations and internals of Cloud Foundry. Beside the talks there was plenty of other activities like Open House or Birds of Feather (BoF) sessions, evening events and “the Foundry”, a large exhibition, meeting and recreation area, which was ideal to get in touch with vendors and customers. For the first time there was also a diversity BoF and Lunch with more than 100 female attendees addressing the diversity gaps in the Open Source community.
All the talks have been recorded on video and made available here.
Join us at the second CloudFoundry User Group DACH Meetup on September 22nd in Zürich.
This time the focus is on CloudFoundry in general. Learn about the basic functionality in the CloudFoundry 101 session and pick up some lessons learned from Klimpr, a startup which switched its Application from Heroku to CloudFoundry.
Date & Time
Monday, September 22nd 2014, 18:00 CEST
ZHAW School of Engineering, Lagerstrasse 41, 8021 Zürich,
Room ZL O6.10 (6th floor)
18:00 – 18:15 > Welcome
18:15 – 19:15 > CloudFoundry 101
19:15 – 19:30 > Lessons learned from Klimpr
19:30 – 21:00 > Q&A with drink and sandwiches/pizza
Please register here