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02:02 min | 3 years ago

"cloud foundry" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Companies involved in opensource product running clouds hundred leading edge cloud foundry on pete ups is incredibly valuable because that is usually our first indication that something is wrong or something is good when we make an architectural change or any other kind of a change usually when we cut in future hits opensource before it's even in pivotals on prime product pcf it's going to be up and running upbeat ups usually within a few days and we immediately get operational feedback from is this is this causing cpu spikes are their network late cease or process he's dying like what's going on in the system and we can analyze it and we share a lot of this data with the opensource teams that are working on these components really helped us tighten up our feedback loops a quality hockey stacked at this point and that upgrade installation process i think if you asked most of our customers over the last two years has improved dramatically and that's all being driven by us running pete ups okay let's go to the origins tori of peat ups but now it's like oh great we have a lot of paying customers who are running some of them production workloads in there how do we want to build our cloud business are that i think that's a really interesting question that we're still exploring around how to increase this business how to describe the value to customers and i think it's still majority infrastrusture mres who are on pete ubs you know it's not we're not attracting the startup sykora kudos interesting question is like does pivotal want to go there and i think were still really pondering where we want to spend our engineering investment at this point well one place that it does seem like poodle has decided to spins some in engineering investment is is coup bonetti's and i think i'd like to close off the conversation with a short discussion of that so people who are already on cloud foundry there are some workloads that they may want to deploy to koubri netties either now or in the future how do you see that evolving howard people going to choose.

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

"cloud foundry" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"What pivotal is developing with their own cloud to maybe you could talk about the strategic decisions that are being made around building a successful cloud business ashore i'll try the story of know our public cloud product which we call pivotal web services or pita abs for short the story there are actually starts with really long sale cycles with our customers sutu things i can think of one is just like hey how long as a buy in an how long does it take an enterprise to buy software just in general right you're talking like six to twelve months probably is a good place to start with a means is is often a really long feedback loop between us building a feature into the platform and getting feedback from anybody right there might be a couple of people who who upgrade in a timely fashion but for the most part like it was really hard to get feedback on whether we are improving the quality of the product the second aspect of like enterprise sales is if i'm a developer are running of business unit at a large company like i wanna use cloud foundry like we signed the contract i want to start using it immediately but it's going to take by itn operations team another two months to get around to actually spinning up this cluster because they're waiting on creating hardware or whatever else and they want to use cut hundred right now and so pete up started as a way to solve both of these problems number one to give our customers an option to run their applications on day one we have a public cloud you could just connect in you can pusher applications there and maybe that's only good enough for for staging given your governance requirements but it was good enough and i hope our customers get up and running a day one but it's all the other problem as well which is that we became our own customer zero right where we were the first consumers of our own software and we were running it in production at scale with paying customers with astle those and this is when the quality of class foundry turned the corner even if you asked you know other other.

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"cloud foundry" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

"cloud foundry" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Stock information and so on but certainly since moving to silicon valley i just do not see any of that i'm just inundated in the book the clough against the cloud native web to dauto world that is actually like five percent of workloads on the internet for short interesting story about like oil rigs is we've actually had customers approach us about miniaturising cloud fondary so that they can run it and you know a quarter of iraq on an oil rig and has actually driven a lot of really interesting innovation we do have like a small footprint cloud foundry distribution that that we can use out spins up i think it's six vmc we can fit in a whole cloth foundry to six pm and that came about from these oil rigs essentially having having arax running on them that were essentially like if that hardware went than somebody had to get on the boat to first of renew hardware out there and so giving them the same options around vmi is moving around between hardware thanks to like these fear and view motion and having cloud laundry running on that so the apps have a level of ha as well that's something you even need on an oil rig at turns out yeah pivotal has its own cloud and i always loved to think about the competitive advantages and disadvantages of different cloud providers and how they differentiate from each other could you talk about the strategy that pivotal is architect inc for how to build a robust cloud biz and by when i say cloud i mean like hosting because i think much of the money that pivotal makes from claude foundry is through like training and support and there are i think there is some kind of deal that claude foundry has with customers who are running even if you're running on aws or on azure you make a deal with pivotal to help with support and deployments and stuff but that's different than.

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"cloud foundry" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"cloud foundry" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"That was like sort like cloud foundry like a a dot nets or windows server thing at home to really know that ecosystem very well but would order people choosing between the when they're deploying their distributed multi tenant see sharp applications their choosing between cloud foundry and some microsoft product or not there have been and there are a cloud products that do support windows apprentice is one someone from apprentice actually the sigler lead first seek windows in couvert in that you were exile community centurylink had a product many years ago which is actually what cloud foundries window support is based on while centurylink fog and there have been like cloud solutions for windows applications for a long time but i think that what i've seen personally from actually visiting with customers is a lot of people are still just running windows server and like manually provisioning these applications onto servers and trying to figure it out at the operator level and then when that the emmer that hardware dis they have to kind of scramble a figure out will you know where let's been up a new v m let's make sure that we've no provision the software onto that vienna's running well and it's still a lot of toil still involved in that for for most companies that i've seen pasni every time i do one of these shows about an area that's even slightly unfamiliar to me i just it's like uncovering all of this information that i had no idea exist in there must be thousands of customers that are are like that like i sometimes wonder how what kind of software it is an oil refinery run a guy there must be all this domain specific software that they run that i've i've never heard of and it's always interesting going down the rabbit whole this there's different areas of i mean i worked i worked at a trading company very briefly and i did see some windows applications there because it was like some some bank like systems their ticker in.

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"cloud foundry" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"cloud foundry" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"These that use cloud foundry and would love to know more about some some con patterns can you describe like how a cloud foundry i guess is a cluster is it shared or their different clusters within or organization how does a giant enterprise like a bank deploy clad foundry and let other people within the enterprise stand up their own applications on top of it or other instances of cloud foundry guess how is it used within large enterprises i don't think there's any one way that everyone everyone does this there are a couple of common patterns though one i can think of as there's really a large banking customer has a cloud foundry instance we call it a we call it a foundation that's probably in overloaded word but it's you know a single a single deployment of cloud foundry running for each of their business units in this means that in all practical reality they have like forty or fifty cloud foundry deployments that they need to manage worldwide kind of in a follow the sun model there are other banking customers that definitely go for the we're going to go big on you know one or two five hundred deployments and everyone's going to be multi tenant on these now the optimize for kind of operational simplicity most everybody's running multiple foundation simply for disaster recovery though and so even if you're going for for one big you know shared cloud foundry instance you're probably going to have at least two running in two different availibility zones right these are these are people who are kind of usually running in their own data center eighty percent of our of pivotals customers at least are running on top of the mrv sphere running in their own data centers and so they'll have to data centres that they'll cheetah's availability zones so if one of them a goes down applications are still running on the other one and they may even have a third one set up as disaster recovery somewhere else a very different physical location and this is going to vary from from company to company around but they're up.

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"cloud foundry" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

"cloud foundry" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Ecosystem and liquid you start and i had kind of like moral objections to your writing java code and xml before spring do came along i think the short version is probably the spring boot was of specifically britain to address some of those concerns rate like hey let's ray job in java let's make configuration easy let's make things auto wire let's do good things by the fault that came out of a lot of what was happening i think in non job ecosystems that when few look at rails for a long time made bones by just being like hey we're going to do the in the smart thing by default but you can configured however you want right and so the so the spring team intended spring due to to address that and i think it's been really really successful you know i work with a lot of the pivotal labs consultants still hoodoo do quite a bit of java and spring do work these days and these are people who all used to use rails and they were very happy and the rails ecosystem and their response to spring buddhist like hey you know what this is actually pretty good right you know java make some things just difficult by its very nature but like spring buddhas really easy to use and when when you hear that from people who were steeped in a lot of the let's call it type bless type was fun languages like rubiun rahal's that's as a lot of says a lot about how far spring has come and how far that ecosystemic community has grown allows this talkin second ago i realised although i know that cloud foundry is widely used in enterprises in the if you look at a bank or a company that makes canned goods or something like that these giant enterprises oftentimes they are running on cloud foundry but i actually have not much of an idea how different to are different teams using the same cloud foundry instance are the using different cloud foundry instances how're resources shared between them and i'm sure there are listeners out there that work at large company.

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"cloud foundry" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

"cloud foundry" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"A local disc does the process need and so that's left that can figures under the control of the actual application developer whose deploying o'clock foundry those are kind of like two examples of where configuration is important in my application one is running needs configuration the spring team has what's called a configure server so i can store aiken fig in a good get repo and set up a hook so that every time i committed change that can take the application gets the conflict pushed to it and this is really useful especially when your trying to do a lot of configures code and iterating rapidly next spring is the java framework that many people used to build their applications and oftentimes they're using cloud foundry as the run time system for scaling and managing those spring applications but if i'm a developer on a daytoday basis maybe i'm not interacting with claude foundry so much except when i'm pushing mike code it's it's mostly spring that i am i'm interacting with maybe the cloud foundry bite the more the purview of the operations person but you know that might depend from company to company in any case i know as a developer i did a lot of work on spring systems of when i was working at at various enterprises and i did find it to be something of a a complex beast to understand i went through i think three different companies where i worked a spring without fully really understanding what was going on with spring and so when i heard about spring boot i thought this makes a whole lot of sent a simplified stripped down version of spring he described how the spring boot project got started i am not sure i can actually do this story justice i came to the spring ecosystem relatively late in life i think i i had some of the same experiences that that you did which is like this is just a huge sprawling from her.

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"cloud foundry" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

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02:01 min | 3 years ago

"cloud foundry" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"I've been doing ally shows recently about koubri netties and one of the things that i have come to understand about that system is the importance of configuration management configuration management can mean all kinds of things like how many instances of a service do you want to be standing up water the ip addresses that you want to route different data points to a well kinda you know you can use configuration for all kinds of things is there a global configuration system within claude foundry erku could you just talk about how can fig management works short there i think there's a couple of different levels of the system that end up getting expressed through yemo can fix for the most part on the infrastructure layer you're describing the essentially that apology of your of cloud foundry is being expressed through a bosh can shake file so essentially i have a a conflict file it's going to get uploaded to the ball director and directors cannot gotta i'd importantly make sure that the state of the universe matches what's in that can fix and that in and of itself is like a really large configuration because you're describing what are the types and sizes of em is that i wanna use this is my cloud configuration there is my ashley description of the the jobs the process he's i want running on each of these nodes and then there's also like the set of credentials i have an all these get kind of a merged together because they all have a different rate of change in our stored in different places that are she all gets worse together by the bosch director who then make sure that you have actually paved your architecture the way you do your infrastructure the way you need to be then for each application you know the application developer can have hill his own application manifest and soon a described the mediterraneo around the application so things like how many instances do i want to have running what are the routes i want associated with it how much memory do i need associated with this how much.

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"cloud foundry" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"cloud foundry" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"The username password forty right so the information that it gives back to you is going to be very generic right here's how to connect here's here's where you authenticate with but the service burgers job is to translate those very general requests into something very specific so if it's a my sequel database you know it's actually behind the scenes gonna gonna create you a new database it's going to create a new user it's going to set a random password for you and give that back but this abstraction is is general enough that you can use it for things that aren't databases one of the interesting things about p cast which is pivotals new kuban at these distribution is you you can actually run these kuna these clusters on demand so i as a developer can say i would like to have a coup bonetti's cluster please in spin up a cluster and then give me give me back the information anita than use coup control to connect and and run on that cluster so that's an interesting idea that you can you're just spinning up a surface so we use we use this ambiguous you know abstract word service to represent it could be a database it could be a message bus it could be a cuban exile foster would say that term method bus when you talk about a message bus running within cloud foundry how do people use messaging systems within they've got a big like from a bank i've got certain messages that i want to publish and have other you know have any consumer that wants to subscribe to that message be able to subscribe to it so you know when you when you have multiple when you wanna do multi cast messaging that's a common pattern is the pub sub pattern you've got a message bus and you've got publishers and subscribers how do people implement those kinds of systems with in deployment of cloud foundry great question so i'll use rabbit in q as a case that's relatively top of mine for me again i'm going to win as a developer say i would like to have a rabbit mqm cluster please.

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"cloud foundry" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

"cloud foundry" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"All tradition originally there were really only two teams working on cloud foundry there was a run time team that was worried their concerns were containerization container orchestration external api calls that need to be made by developers and then there's the bosch team who is concerned with the infrastructure abstraction layer and what happened over the following that was in like the two thousand twelve timeframe what happened over the the following years though is convict cellular my toast as happened where so so the runtime team split into multiple teams i think at the time it was like there was the routing side and and there was like the the container management side of things and then those teams were empowered to evolve their own pieces of the infrastructure yang independently and in overtime we got to the point where we are now where there's something like i wanna say thirty or thirty five different open source teams working on cloud foundry around the world right we have teams beast in europe we're sap is working unabashed cpi you've got teams working in san francisco and that pretty much every time zone in between angled a little more specifics about some of some of those changes if you want maybe you could describe the early customers the early users of cloud foundry why they moved on to it i think the big thing early on their at the elevator pitch for cash foundry was hey this is like heroux coup except subdue you can run it in your own data center and this is attractive for a certain male set of customers two army be in a regulated industry and aren't ready to move to the public clouds yet are maybe they just have that you know their own governance governance policies around data you know early on there there was massive distrust of the public cloud in banking and and insurance raid they moved late to the public cloud and socalled honour was a really attractive option just from the point of view of how do we operate a lot of applications without having to go until her.

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"cloud foundry" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

"cloud foundry" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"This sprawling array of products that people used and there were synergies between the products but there are also a lot of this joint customers between them 9'0 you you probably weren't you know in the room when perhaps the ceos were deciding how this was going to unfold but how does that affect the management structure in the strategic decisions at the high levels of the company is a great question we're definitely on a journey together altered to figure this out the kibet's being you know we have these diverse products how do we make them work well together i think we've got something that resonates with the market in terms of spring plus cloud foundry spring wanting to be the developer framework of choice and have it be tuned to run on clutch andrea may cloud laundry the best place to run sprang incorporating the data the vision for data products has been a longer journey overtime the rd teams have started work more closely together and i think what's happened now as we're starting to express the vision of like we want to transform how the world build software we all want to be the home for everyone's workloads including your like big data workloads and that's kind of what two thousand eighteen looks like for us is israeli honing that vision and getting all these products to work together well and a really compelling product let's get into talking about cloud foundry because that's a topic that i have been asked to cover more often by the listeners and i wanna start with a little bit of history because this is a project that was started in two thousand nine it was an open source platform is a service and in the last almost a decade it's it's grown to become quite a popular project could you talk a little bit about how it evolved maybe give a little snippets on the early days of the club foundry project as well shore so i wasn't around for a lot of the really early days but this has been passed down through or.

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"cloud foundry" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

"cloud foundry" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Frechaut foundry that at all started as a consulting gig for pivotal labs working with vmware on that project a little bit the fastforwarding till two thousand thirteen or so all of the the ceos of the various companies vmware emc green plum pivotal labs at the time decided there was actually a really interesting investment hypothesis here which is these companies can all combine to build a company that can change how people build software and this is actually the vision for pivotal today is to transform how the world build software presumably for the better highly to joke that you might as well assume that were transforming it to become worse but we think we're doing it for the better and so so now pivotals made up of product teams for cloud foundry which is no platforms a service that i think has been covered on a couple of previous podcast green plan which is a massively parallel database used for did a warehouse gem fire which is this massive in memory data grid and pivotal labs which is still where a lot of pivotals services are provided through two or to our customers through pivotal laps the reason i find the story a pivotal kinda interesting is 'cause the narrative around how companies get built today is typically they start with one specific vertical and then they get extremely good at that vertical and they expand horizontally in actually this was them you know this case with amazon starting with the bookstore and just you could look backing traced back the history and obviously today amazon looks like a huge sprawling company but if you look at each of the areas that they expanded to in retrospect it's all systematic in it makes a whole lot of sense they didn't straight too far from their core competency it's just that their core competency expanded overtime pivotal is much different because when it got started it was from day one this.

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"cloud foundry" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

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02:12 min | 3 years ago

"cloud foundry" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Well that's software engineering daily dot com slash data dog mike to leslie welcome do software engineering daily it's great to be here thanks jeff so you are a avp of engineering it pivotal you work on cloud foundry and i wanna start with a little bit of history for how the company evolved pivotals kind of interesting in that it wasn't necessarily a startup that was founded from the ground floor it was kind of a germination that came out of several different companies coming together and realizing that there was a set of opportunities that wouldn't be best suited with those companies themselves could you just give a little bit of history for how the company pivotal came to be shore ollie's give you the version that i now i started working at pivotal as a consultant for pivotal labs which is where pivotal gets its name from and pivotal labs is kind of where the core of how we software came from pivotal labs has yasser very strong opinions on how to build software it's been called the reference implementation for extreme programming at times and that actually influence as a lot of how that company works today that's pretty relevant in two thousand twelve or so i think emc acquired pivotal labs which is kind of interesting if you think about it heilium see is a huge hardware storage manufacturer why would they buy us software consulting firm part of that is because we had been working with a subsidiary of emc called green palm working with them to build you know some of some of the tooling for their data center product and they were really happy with us and so you emcee kind of bodice in suck us in a corner for a year and said don't change anything we'll figure out what to do and over the course of next year we worked with some of the other companies in the mc federation notably the m where on the cloud foundry project worth noting that you know he given where i am now if you've engineering.

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02:24 min | 3 years ago

"cloud foundry" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Differently depending on what signal i get we have cereal is it it's not multitasking it's cereal eised firm me i think serialised works better than multitasking i think for me usually there is one thing that i am very focused on and on thing active attention to and one thing on the back burner by typically you know having more than two things is i've seen leads to no progress on either front so usually i i am i am very quick in terms of making decisions of what those things are are switching those things out if needed but i try at a time to focus on one thing primarily and one thing on the back burner are what's the one thing on the backburner while you're having this cars it you are the as that move yearly close to our release right now you know we we try to maintain a every three months release cadence aha and vera coming up on that so a lot of the things that i've been thinking about right now are related to what's blocking the release had on we make it how can we make it move forward what teams need help what teams are done shipping their artefacts in what's next for them all current our world rubin nandi thanks for crossover injury do it thank you find fun you are building a cloud native application and you need to pick a cloud service provider maybe you're just starting out with a new app but you have dreams of scaling into the next giant unicorn maybe your business has been using on premise servers and you want to start moving a sum of eur infrastructure to a secure cloud provider that you can trust maybe you're already in the cloud be wanna go multi cloud for added resilience ibm cloud gives you all the tools you need to build cloud native applications use ibm cloud container service to easily manage the deployment of your docker containers for servile as applications use ibm cloud functions for lowcost event driven scale ability if you like to work with a fully manish platform is a service ibm cloud foundry gives you a cloud operating system to control your distributed application ibm cloud is built on top of opensource tools and it integrates with all the third party services that you need to build the poll.

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"cloud foundry" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

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02:03 min | 3 years ago

"cloud foundry" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Up v have oddest killing which allows you to do that we make it really easy for you to board store logs and query logs just by either using apps manager which is close source glee on top of dr arnn family see orbit just their cloud from you see alive which are used to using as a developer so even as you go in today to the main tool you're still interacting with is the cfc ally there are a bunch of different areas within cloud foundry that we we could explore we could talk about service discovery we could talk about circuit we could talk about message passing we could talk about databases and continuous deployment basically the idea of cloud foundries to take care of all of that within different components of the platform i'd like to start with a discussion of bosh because bosh is the provisioning and deployment area this is i've discussed it in a couple previous interviews the place where it's is the interface between the cloud provide erlich and infrastructures service provider and cloud foundry itself so bosh is this layer of infrastructure management key explain what bosh is doing yeah so bosch is i really like talking by bosh i spent a lot of my foundry engineering time on bosh so they highlevel bosh is like a tool kit that helps you with release engineering and deployment and life cycle management of distribute at systems and breaking that down what we once your experience to be as as someone who writes eight bosscher lease you have a way to get for you to put your opinions of how to run your software how to start your software how to monitor your software in scripts that then bosh takes over and is able to run.

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02:27 min | 3 years ago

"cloud foundry" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Grid mick alerts and end to end request tracing data dog helps teams monitor every layer of their stacked in one place but don't take our word for it sturdy free trial today and data dog will send you a free tshirt visit software engineering daily dot com slash data dog to get started just a rupert nandi is the director of engineering for cloud foundry shutter rupel welcome to sovereign jiang daily thank you looking for rtd yes i want to start with a discussion of spring and cloud foundry because spring is a framework for people to build web applications in java cloud foundry is a platform is a service for deploying and managing web applications and when i was preparing for these interviews one of the things i was trying to study was the interaction between spring and caught found because these are two big products that pivotal works on their opensource projects but they also are productized key described the interaction between spring and cloud foundry yeah so from the very beginning we kind of one ed clyde foundry to be dead best platform for running spring applications and so to tell you that about cadre army briefly right eh it's the guiding vision for us has always been something that are vp of engineering set a while back which is here's my source code run it on the cloud i don't care how we want to make that true for all applications but especially for a spring applications and spring kind of follows the a similar philosophy for running job labs right they want to be the framework that makes it really easy for you to get your java apps up and running and we've made several integrations which make running spring apps on see us just a simple so we want the experience for you to be you take your application you go to the working directory runcie f bush and you have your application running on cloud foundry similar leave at spring cloud services you have it really easy to get several microsoft faces up and running and have them connected to each other the have other integration such as with when you bind services it's really easy for you to connect you.

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"cloud foundry" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"cloud foundry" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Distributed system rupin nandi is a director of engineering at pivotal where she works on cloud foundry in this episode we talked about scheduling and infrastructure the relationship between spring and cloud foundry and the impact of cooper netties which claude foundry his integrated with so that users can run coup bonetti's workloads on cloud foundry i interviewed rupa at spring one platform a conference that has organized by pivotal who full disclosure as a sponsor of software engineering daily and this week's episodes are all conversations from that conference whether you like this format or don't like this format i would love to get your feedback we have some big developments coming for software engineering daily in 2018 and we want to have a closer dialogue with the listeners please send me an email jeff at software engineering daily dot com or join our slack channel there's a link in the show notes to that slack shall we really wanna know you're thinking and what your feedback is what you would like to hear more about we'd like to hear less about who you are so let's get on with the separatist end thanks for lewis to this episode of software engineering daly is sponsored by data dog we know that monitoring can be a challenge with so many services apps had containers to track it's harder than ever to understand application performance into troubleshoot issues built by engineers four engineers data dog is a platform that specifically designed to provide full stack observability for modern applications data dog helps dev and ops teams easily see across all their servers containers apps and services to monitor performance and make a data driven decisions to get a free tshirt and start your free trial of data doc today visit software engineering daily dot com slash data dog to get started data dog integrates seamlessly together metrics and events for more than two hundred technologies including aws chef docker and readiness with builtin dashboards out.

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