Cloud Foundry Welcomes .NET Framework Community Contributions

by December 15, 2011

This week two Seattle-based companies, Tier3 and Uhuru Software, contributed .NET Framework support to the Cloud Foundry community. Cloud Foundry was designed from the outset to support multiple developer frameworks and the new .NET support adds to community created support for Erlang, Haskell, PHP, Python and other developer frameworks. We are excited to welcome these contributors to the Cloud Foundry open source community and look forward to .NET developers joining the open platform as a service movement.
As with previous framework contributions, developers will now be able to use the familiar Cloud Foundry semantics to deploy and scale their .NET applications, just as they would with any other supported framework.
How It Works
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Cloud Foundry Ready for Spring 3.1 and Grails 2.0

by December 13, 2011

The Spring and Grails engineers have been hard at work creating major updates to their frameworks: Spring 3.1 and Grails 2.0. Working closely with each team, Cloud Foundry™ is happy to announce support for both frameworks in and Micro Cloud Foundry™ as soon as they become generally available.
In its new Spring 3.1 release, the Spring Framework provides a versatile open source platform for Java-based applications. The key features in Spring 3.1 include environment profiles (including cloud profiles used by Cloud Foundry), Java-based application configuration, declarative caching and Servlet 3.0 support. The announcement by Juergen Hoeller gives all the details of Spring 3.