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Managed services in Stackato

This post is an extension of Managed services in CloudFoundry and follows the discussion of external services integration. The echo service and python service broker implementation are deployed using the documented procedure for Stackato. If necessary, you can get a Stackato instance up and running quickly. The result should be two apps deployed as shown… Continue reading

Software Engineering

Managed Services in CloudFoundry

CloudFoundry defines a Service Broker API which can be implemented and added to a CloudFoundry installation to provide managed services for apps. In order to better understand the way managed services are created and integrated with CloudFoundry (and derivative technologies like Stackato and HP Helion Development Platform), I created an example service and implemented the… Continue reading

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External Services in CloudFoundry

CloudFoundry, Stackato and Helion Development Platform accommodate (and encourage) external services for persistent application needs. The types of services include relational databases, like MySQL or PostgreSQL, NoSQL datastores, like MongoDB, messaging services like RabbitMQ and even cache technologies like Redis and Memcached. In each case, connection details, such as a URL, PORT and credentials, are… Continue reading