In this new blog post I want to address a common situation I see students facing: there are several cloud providers and you want to check out the different platforms. The reason is you want to be prepared; for example working with cloud resources related to courses at your university or for a hackathon. One of these cloud providers is IBM Cloud and this blog post is about how to get started with IBM Cloud.
In that blog post I want to highlight the cool topic: How to create a python application instance in minutes on IBM Cloud, using public Cloud Foundry. This could be useful in a Hackathon with Hackers who are new to IBM Cloud. Therefore I made a short 5 min YouTube video. Here is the link … Continue reading (outdated) Create a python application instance in less than 5 min on IBM Cloud
In that blog post I want to point out an awesome topic: "Run a Docker container image as a Cloud Foundry App on IBM Cloud" Rainer Hochecker, Simon Moser and I had an interesting exchange about running a Docker image as a Cloud Foundry App on IBM Cloud. The advantage with that approach is: you … Continue reading Run a Docker image as a Cloud Foundry App on IBM Cloud
The "cf push - experience" saying is related to simplify some of cloud native development tasks for developers. I haven't found an official definition for that "cf push - experience" saying, so I just define one by myself. Of course, I found videos and longer implicit descriptions and one awesome description you can find in the YouTube video Kube Your Enthusiasm — … Continue reading “cf push – experience” saying
This blog is related to the topics Cloud Foundry Enterprise Environment , serverless , code patterns and the IBM Coder Program. I just want to move an existing Cloud Foundry app on IBM Cloud to the new IBM Cloud Foundry Enterprise Environment,which instantiates Cloud Foundry on top of Kubernetes. You can find more details about this IBM Cloud offering in this blog … Continue reading Cloud Foundry on top of Kubernetes @IBM Cloud – a small test
Niklas Heidloff and I attended the combined software development conference for “Continuous Lifecycle”and “Container Conf” in Mannheim Rosengarten on 14.11. and 15.11.2018. The conference was sold out and had more than 700 attendees. This was a great place where developer and operation experts exchanged different perspectives. The talks at the conference were about Micro Services, Docker, Serverless, … Continue reading Operations and Developers side by side @“Continuous Lifecycle” and “Container Conf”