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Running KubeCF using KIND on MacOS

Want to run KubeCF locally instead of EKS/AKS/GKE? Tune in to find out how to leverage your MacOS device to run Cloud Foundry locally!

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The Future of Cloud Foundry, BOSH, KubeCF, and cf-for-k8s

In the fall of 2020, VMware sent a curt email to all subscribers on its PWS — Pivotal Web Services — platform informing them that come January 15th, 2021, they would need to move all of their applications to … elsewhere. Understandably, this caused a great deal of confusion among the PWS customer base. It’s

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Deploying KubeCF to EKS, Revisited

Photo by Natalie Su on Unsplash Why, hello there! In a previous blog post I wrote about deploying EKS via the CLI eksctl command and then deploying v0.2.0 of KubeCF. The post, like myself, has not aged gracefully. This is a good news / bad news situation. The good news is the KubeCF folks have

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Cloud Foundry on Rancher (RKE): Where to Begin

Photo by Kent Weitkamp on Unsplash Great question. The following is a cloud agnostic guide to installing a 3-node RKE cluster, installing the Rancher UI, and using them to run KubeCF on top for a quick, cheap development Cloud Foundry environment. Depending on the IaaS you are deploying on top of you may need to

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More Limes: Running Multiple KubeCF Deployments on One Kubernetes Cluster

Photo by Herry Sutanto on Unsplash In a previous blog post we discovered how to deploy a single KubeCF with a single cf-operator. Exciting stuff! What if you wanted to deploy a second KubeCF? A third? With a couple minor changes to subsequent installs you can deploy as many instancess of KubeCF as you like,

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How to rotate Kubernetes secrets with Quarks and KubeCF?

One of the brilliant aspects of BOSH that has been brought across to Kubernetes by the Quarks & KubeCF teams has been the generation of internal secrets. Internal client needs a secret to talk to internal Redis? No one cares what it is; just generate a good one and share it with the two entities.

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Running Cloud Foundry on Kubernetes using KubeCF

Photo by Alex Gorzen on Flickr At Stark & Wayne, we’ve spent a ton of time figuring out the best solutions to problems using the open source tools we have available. We’ve pondered problem spaces such as: What if we could… Put the lime in the coconut? Put the peanut butter in the chocolate? Put

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