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Posted about 7 years ago by Frank Yu
The first two stops of Cloud Foundry Open Tour at Beijing and Shanghai were huge successes! We had about 1000+ developers show up at each city for this one day event. 10 speakers from across the world delivered 15 high quality … Continue reading →
Posted about 7 years ago by Dekel Tankel
Today we celebrated Cloud Foundry’s first anniversary with additional multi-cloud deployment choices, new tools for operating large scale Cloud Foundry services, a new system for managing open source contributions and new partnerships. More Clouds In a recent post, we’ve explained why preserving … Continue reading →
Posted about 7 years ago by Dekel Tankel
Today we celebrated Cloud Foundry’s first anniversary with additional multi-cloud deployment choices, new tools for operating large scale Cloud Foundry services, a new system for managing open source contributions and new partnerships. More Clouds In a recent post, we’ve explained why preserving … Continue reading →
Posted about 7 years ago by nieraj
Cloud Foundry Integration for Eclipse allows users to deploy applications to Cloud Foundry targets from either Eclipse IDE JEE Indigo or STS (SpringSource Tool Suite) 2.9.0 or higher. Cloud Foundry Integration for Eclipse 1.0 is the first version of the … Continue reading →
Posted about 7 years ago by nieraj
Cloud Foundry Integration for Eclipse allows users to deploy applications to Cloud Foundry targets from either Eclipse IDE JEE Indigo or STS (SpringSource Tool Suite) 2.9.0 or higher. Cloud Foundry Integration for Eclipse 1.0 is the first version of the … Continue reading →
Posted about 7 years ago by Ramnivas Laddad
On the night of March 29, 2012, we upgraded our Tomcat from version 6 to version 7 as part of our normal production upgrade schedule. Early in the morning of March 30th, we discovered that Java apps that were created … Continue reading →
Posted about 7 years ago by Charles Lee
We have recently made many improvements to Cloud Foundry to increase Ruby developer productivity and expand support for Ruby application frameworks.  Cloud Foundry was built to run multiple languages and frameworks, and we have had support for Ruby from day … Continue reading →
Posted over 7 years ago by Kamala Dasika
From the beginning, Cloud Foundry has been about simplifying the development, deployment and operation of cloud applications.  In this second post in a series of guest blogs by application developers, we bring the story of OpenCredo and how Cloud Foundry helped to launch three … Continue reading →
Posted over 7 years ago by Peter Ledbrook
Application logging is essential to monitoring applications and diagnosing problems, but in a cloud universe where file systems may be ephemeral and application instances are provisioned dynamically keeping track of your application logs can be a challenge. Fortunately with Cloud … Continue reading →
Posted over 7 years ago by trisberg
The services offered in Cloud Foundry are necessary for writing any serious application. Our aim is to make it easy to configure and consume these services. In addition to the auto-reconfiguration described in the Using Cloud Foundry Services with Ruby: … Continue reading →