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In this 4th article on Google/Pivotal Knative for Kubernetes we add pretty bespoke routes into our applications.…

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Let's expose our Knative routing to the external world. In this article we setup DNS and allow public HTTP traffic into our Knative applications.…

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The knctl deploy command provides a nice experience atop of Knative to create new container images prior to deploying them. It allows building from local source directories or from a git repository, Dockerfiles or Cloud Foundry buildpacks, and support for different intermediate Docker registries.…

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Deploying 12-factor apps to Knative is delightful with the knctl CLI. This is the first of a series of articles exploring Knative.…

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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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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…

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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 not a good idea to allow your BOSH/CredHub/Vault to be accessible on the public internet. Yes, they both require credentials and certificates to access, but there is just no good reason…

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