Tag Archives: PaaS
In an earlier post I wrote about Getting to Know the Developer Cloud Service. There wasn’t an IDE used in that post and I’m a big fan of IDEs. So in this post we’ll look at how Eclipse, in combination with the Oracle Developer Cloud Service, can be used to support the complete application […]
For today’s blog entry I will combine both Cloud and Big Data to show you how easy it is to do Big Data on the Cloud. Microsoft Azure is a cloud service provided by Microsoft, and one of the services offered is HDInsight, an Apache Hadoop-based distribution running in the cloud on Azure. Another service […]
Docker is an open-source project that provides an open platform for developers and sysadmins to build, package, and run applications anywhere as a lightweight container. Docker automates the deployment of applications inside software containers. Docker development has been started by Solomon Hykes as an internal project at dotCloud, an enterprise PaaS (platform as a service), the software is now maintained by the docker community and Docker Inc. More about Docker can be found in the documentation here https://docs.docker.com/.
This post showed how to build GitHub projects with Jenkins, Maven and SonarQube 4 on OpenShift. For starters, it used the Jenkins master node for running build jobs. However, when running on a small gear, the master node might run out of memory pretty fast, resulting in a reboot of the node during builds. In […]
Recent changes to the Cloud Foundry stacks supported by IBM Bluemix have led to a number of issues for users. I’ve helped users diagnose and fix issues that have occurred due to a mistmatches between the platform stack, applications and the buildpack. Learning a number of techniques for helping to discover and resolve these issues and I wanted to share them with everyone else.
Running on Cloud Foundry’s Platform-as-a-Service solution, we take for granted that low-level concepts like operating systems are abstracted away from the developer.
However, when we run into issues it can be necessary to jump into the weeds and find out what’s going on under the hood…
IBM® Bluemix®, IBM’s Platform as a Service (PaaS) solution, provides all the infrastructure and flexibility needed to run your applications. Bluemix is based on Cloud Foundry, an open source platform for creating, deploying, and managing apps in the cloud.
Typically, users interact with an app in Bluemix through the Cloud Foundry command line interface (CLI) with the
cf command. Through the CLI you can run several operations in Bluemix such as
cf delete, and
In addition to the CLI, Cloud Foundry offers other tools and libraries that you can use to create and manage apps in the cloud. This tutorial shows how to use the Cloud Foundry Java™ client library with Bluemix.