Welcome to another addition of This Week in Cloud Foundry. The CF Summit 2015 in Santa Clara is on the horizon for May 11th and 12th. Call for Papers has already passed but don't forget to register for the event.
Kicking off this week's big news, Matt Stine has published a book with O'Rielly titled Migrating to Cloud Native Application Architectures. You can burn through it in an evening and it's a great read for anyone building applications on top of Cloud Foundry.
Talking of microservices check out Lattice as a resilient sub-structure for your microservice. Think CF for your laptop.
As usual ActiveState have captured the latest Cloud Foundry Advisory Board meeting. Many thanks for alwayse providing solid write-ups.
The CF Dojo is a great way to learn about both Cloud Foundry development and agile / paired programming principles. It's good so see an additional CF DoJo set up by EMC. More info can also be found here.
CI/CD is one of the many topics associated with Cloud Foundry. This blog from Pivotal talks about CD of CF mobile services.
After spending more time with Dr Nic this week I can appreciate the raft of Stark and Wayne ideas and projects that support the CF community. I'm hoping for more blogs soon but his latest blog on scripting the CF API offers some great tips on working with the CF API through cf curl and jq.
It was also good to catch up with HatOfMonkeys in S.F. this week. This has been discussed previously but I've circled back to CloudCredo's blog - by Ed king - on integrating ELK with CF and it's well worth a read if you are looking at log management and storage for CF.
Of note this week, Cloud Foundry is releasing new versions of go, nodejs php, python, and ruby buildpacks to support cflinuxfs2.
I just came across this youtube playlist of Microservices, PaaS and Cloud Foundry. Hours of CF related content for your viewing pleasure.
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