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  • March 4-6 QCon London

    • Duncan Johnston Watt  -
    • 22 February, 2015  -
    • Posted in Dev Ops

    Cloudsoft is proud to announce its sponsorship of QCon London. Cloudsoft is the open source management company that created and contributed Apache Brooklyn to the Apache Software Foundation where it is currently undergoing incubation sponsored by the Apache Incubator. Cloudsoft is also the company behind Clocker – the Docker Cloud Maker. Clocker is a Brooklyn…

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  • Feb 22-26 IBM InterConnect 2015

    • Duncan Johnston Watt  -
    •  -
    • Posted in Dev Ops

    Cloudsoft is excited to be sponsoring the brand new IBM Interconnect 2015. Cloudsoft is the open source management company that created and contributed Apache Brooklyn to the Apache Software Foundation where it is currently undergoing incubation sponsored by the Apache Incubator. Cloudsoft is also the company behind Clocker – the Docker Cloud Maker. Clocker is…

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  • Integrating Cloud Foundry with Apache Brooklyn Part 2: Brooklyn Plugin

    • Robert Moss  -
    • 21 February, 2015  -
    • Posted in Blog

    In Part 1 of this series, we showed how the Brooklyn Service Broker for Cloud Foundry lets you to create and use services for Cloud Foundry using Brooklyn. We now take a look at how the Brooklyn Plugin for Cloud Foundry lets you create and manage these services directly using cf. The Brooklyn Plugin allows…

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  • Integrating Cloud Foundry with Apache Brooklyn Part 1: Service Broker

    • Robert Moss  -
    • 20 February, 2015  -
    • Posted in Blog

    Cloud Foundry is a platform-as-a-service making it easy to deploy, run, and scale applications on top of a host of runtime frameworks. Apache Brooklyn is an application blueprinting and management system which supports a wide range of software and services in the cloud. This series of blog posts covers how the two can be used…

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  • GitLab-Flow FTW

    • Alex Heneveld  -
    • 26 January, 2015  -
    • Posted in Blog

    I was recently asked to do an evaluation of git-flow.  Now there’s a mixed bag. Yes, they’ve tamed the chaos which always ensues with release branches in git projects. But they discourage what I thought were the fundamental rules of agile git: Thou shalt not break master. Thou shalt merge to master often. If your only goal is rule #1,…

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