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Enterprise-Ready Container Management Is Here

By March 24, 2017

Pivotal and Google team up to bring Kubernetes expertise to the Cloud Foundry Platform Last year, we released a container report which details how containers are helpful in switching to cloud native architectures. This means enterprises are not only adopting containers as a way to deploy applications, but looking for robust solutions to help them … Continue reading “Enterprise-Ready Container Management Is Here”

Cloud Foundry Diego Approaching 250,000 Containers in a Single Cluster, And What That Means For the Enterprise

By September 19, 2016

Interest in containers reached a broad audience nearly two years ago. My, how time flies! Since then, adoption has been, well, up and to the left. Today, Cloud Foundry is announcing it’s retiring its legacy DEA backend in favor of Diego, which is rapidly approaching the scale of 250,000 containers in a single cluster. Why … Continue reading “Cloud Foundry Diego Approaching 250,000 Containers in a Single Cluster, And What That Means For the Enterprise”

EOL Timeline for Legacy Cloud Foundry DEA Backend

By September 19, 2016

Goal Cloud Foundry’s next generation runtime, Diego, is production ready and has been running production workloads since October 2015.  Work to increase its scalability substantially past that of the DEAs is nearing completion.  After this work completes we will be phasing out support for the DEA, Warden, HM9k, DEA Logging Agent, and Collector components.  In … Continue reading “EOL Timeline for Legacy Cloud Foundry DEA Backend”

Garden and runC

By July 31, 2015

Today, Julz Friedman (an engineer from IBM and the Anchor for Cloud Foundry’s Garden project) posted an important update from the Garden project team to the cf-dev mailing list about the future of the Garden project’s approach to the Linux container runtime. TL;DR here is that the Garden project will be transitioning from it’s own backend for Linux containers to … Continue reading “Garden and runC”