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Introducing the "Quick UAA" project to make it very fast to deploy a secure Cloud Foundry UAA for your microservice applications.…

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It is a joy to switch from JavaScript to TypeScript. I've upgraded a sample app to show how you can bring TypeScript to Cloud Foundry.…

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This article is a quick look at BOSH language packs with a nice "build a BOSH release" walk thru using the Golang language pack.…

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It is easier, faster, and cheaper to borrow GitHub for your next internal business app than to write your own login/reset-password/two-factor authentication/team management system. In 2018 it is easier than ever to…

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At Stark & Wayne we've been building out a set of internal web apps to help collect and pass information to the staff who need it. For example, one app pulls data from a primary…

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A typical web application will need services, such as databases and caches, to run. It will probably also need these services to run its test suite. In this blog post, we will look at how…

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OpenCV is a fast computer vision and deep learning library. We're excited to make OpenCV available to every Cloud Foundry application through a new buildpack: https://github.com/cloudfoundry-community/opencv-buildpack What can OpenCV do? Firstly,…

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AWS Lambda came out in late 2014 solving "run code without thinking about servers". But since I've been deploying code to Cloud Foundry installations since 2012, I have not been thinking about servers…

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The standard way to deploy bosh-lite is with vagrant up and it starts running on your machine using VirtualBox. You can also deploy bosh-lite to AWS with vagrant up --provider=aws (instructions). But what if…

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