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  • June 22-23 DockerCon 2015

    • Duncan Johnston Watt  -
    • 22 June, 2015  -
    • Posted in Blog

    Following on from a highly successful DockerCon Europe in Amsterdam late last year Cloudsoft is excited to once again be sponsoring DockerCon. Cloudsoft is the open source management company behind Clocker. Clocker can bootstrap a Docker cloud, underpinned by a dynamic cluster of Docker hosts, on any infrastructure and serve up networked Docker containers on…

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  • Integrating Cloud Foundry with Apache Brooklyn Part 5: Summary, Update and Roadmap

    • Robert Moss  -
    • 12 June, 2015  -
    • Posted in Blog

    Summary In part 1, we demonstrated the “Brooklyn Bridge” service broker for bringing Apache Brooklyn managed services into the cloud foundry ecosystem, showing how to install the broker and import the Brooklyn catalog into the cloud foundry marketplace.  I’d like to take a moment now to reflect on what Apache Brooklyn managing the services that…

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  • June 1-4 TM Forum Live! Nice

    • Duncan Johnston Watt  -
    • 31 May, 2015  -
    • Posted in Dev Ops

    Cloudsoft is delighted to be teaming up with BT once again at this year’s TM Forum Live! in Nice where we will be participating in their TMForum Catalyst Enabling the Smart City Digital Ecosystem supported by MK:Smart . Cloudsoft’s Application Management Platform (AMP) provides orchestration for this Catalyst project which is part of the Internet…

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  • On the road again

    • Duncan Johnston Watt  -
    • 25 May, 2015  -
    • Posted in Blog

    I don’t normally have time to stop and reflect let alone write up a road trip before it is time to move on to the next thing … On the road again – Just can’t wait to get on the road again. The life I love is making music with my friends And I can’t…

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  • Integrating Cloud Foundry with Apache Brooklyn Part 4: Putting it all together

    • Robert Moss  -
    • 22 May, 2015  -
    • Posted in Blog

    We’re going to show you how to build a more complicated application using Node.js with MongoDB to store the product catalog, Redis to store Session data, Riak for a shopping cart, and Cassandra to keep some statistics about page visits. Let’s take a look at the topology of those services, which we specify in the…

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