Stark & Wayne

Articles by Justin Carter

Habitat is an Open Source project that allows you to package your apps in a Platform/Runtime agnostic way. This blog post discusses the recently added Cloud Foundry exporter that enables running Apps packaged in…

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In a recent blog post I briefly discussed how to build, export and run a service packaged via a Habitat plan. In this post we will take a look at running Redis and backing it…

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This is a hands on introduction to habitat.sh. It is a relatively new tool in the world of config management and aims to simplify many aspects of packaging / deploying and operating any kind of…

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Sometimes when helping our clients get their Cloud Foundry installation in line with what we consider best practices we determine the best strategy to achieve this is to create a brand new deployment and migrate…

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As a side project I have started looking at mesos and the mesosphere ecosystem. This blog post documents the first steps to take to get a mesos deployment running locally via bosh-lite. What is mesos?…

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At Stark & Wayne we are concerned with the complete lifecycle of deployments and simple upgrade paths are an important ingredient to any long running system. For users of the cf-containers-broker (a service broker that…

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