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Cloud Foundry Eclipse 1.6.0: Spring Boot Support and Self-Signed Certificates

By March 25, 2014

Cloud Foundry Eclipse integrates Cloud Foundry server and application management into Eclipse and Spring Tool Suite (STS). You can push applications to a Cloud Foundry server via drag and drop from the Eclipse Project Explorer much in the same way as deploying to a local tomcat server. Application memory and instances can be scaled easily, … Continue reading “Cloud Foundry Eclipse 1.6.0: Spring Boot Support and Self-Signed Certificates”

Working with the Cloud Controller API in Ruby: Beyond CFoundry.

By March 24, 2014

Cloud Controller is the primary API through which third parties interact with Runtime; it encapsulates the myriad internal services that take a user from ‘cf push’ to a running application. Both the Pivotal Developer Console (the web application that ships with Pivotal CF and backs console.run.pivotal.io) and the CloudFoundry CLI interact directly with the Cloud … Continue reading “Working with the Cloud Controller API in Ruby: Beyond CFoundry.”

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

By March 4, 2014

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, with backup services, additional storage and secure role-based user access to manage distributed teams. CloudForge … Continue reading “CollabNet’s CloudForge Available on run.pivotal.io Marketplace”

A High-level Overview of OpenShift and Cloud Foundry PaaS: Features and Architectures

By March 3, 2014

Among all open source projects in the category known as Platform-as-a-Service, OpenShift and Cloud Foundry have amassed the strongest development communities. With similar functionality and goals, both make it possible to write code in a variety of languages and deploy applications to public or private clouds. Both are evolving extremely fast. Though the launch of… … Continue reading “A High-level Overview of OpenShift and Cloud Foundry PaaS: Features and Architectures”