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You might be surprised at how quickly you can go from nothing to having a full production environment with BOSH. Very surprised. I'd like to share with you a walk thru of getting started with…

Posted by:Dr Nic Williams

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I initially moved my BOSH envs to BUCC because I tired of curating a bosh create-env command with all the right flags. I stayed for the auth cmds & backups.…

Posted by:Dr Nic Williams

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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…

Posted by:Dr Nic Williams

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When MKB and I were pairing on concourse-tutorial task 12, the following error occurred when we ran the pipeline. resource script '/opt/resource/check []' failed: exit status 1 stderr: failed to fetch digest:…

Posted by:Xiujiao Gao 高秀娇

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At Stark & Wayne, we love Concourse pipelines! We use them for testing/releasing CLI utilities, deploying Cloud Foundry apps, building docker images, creating and testing BOSH releases, and vetting changes to BOSH deployments in…

Posted by:Geoff Franks

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Using Cloud Config enables you to remove a lot out of your BOSH manifests to simplify them. However, it's an all-or-nothing approach. You either use it for all your deployments on a director, or none.…

Posted by:Geoff Franks

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BOSH makes a whole lot of tasks in the operations / systems management space way easier than ever before. Combine that with tools like Spruce and Genesis, and you have a really powerful paradigm for managing…

Posted by:James Hunt

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As part of a project, a client wants to have a self-deploying Concourse. Basically that means that once everything is set up, the alpha Concourse will deploy the beta Concourse and, if that completes successfully,…

Posted by:Quintessence Anx

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You love Concourse CI and you've got a dozen or more pipelines running. Each pipeline is configured with secret AWS/Docker/Github credentials so it can test for S3 blobs, new Docker images, and Github…

Posted by:Dr Nic Williams

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