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bosh-lite articles

BOSH lite vm is default 6gb. Sometimes you just need more memory to do nefarious things with bosh. VM_MEMORY=10240 vagrant up Done! You have bosh-lite with 10gb…

Posted by:Long Nguyen

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Want to play with Cloud Foundry without using TryCF (requires AWS) or setting up a trial account with one of the PaaS providers out there (e.g. PWS)? Why not set it up on your…

Posted by:Quintessence Anx

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Ever just wanted to play around with Logsearch but did not have the time to figure out how to deploy it? Today I went though the troubles of creating deployment manifests and have shared them…

Posted by:Ruben Koster

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When I joined the team at Stark & Wayne, one of my first tasks was to create a BOSH release for MariaDB. I found the Cloud Foundry documentation is excellent for getting the big picture…

Posted by:Bill Chapman

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I have been thinking about doing somthing usefull with my lab server for a while now, but today I finally did. By using it as a bare-metal bosh-lite box. Why bare-metal? I wanted to see…

Posted by:Ruben Koster

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There are many ways to run Cloud Foundry. When you search for articles on getting started, you usually find them tailored for 2 camps of people: Developers: Articles of this pedigree typically focus on how…

Posted by:Jeremy R. Budnack

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When I was searching for a platform to run my personal blog, I made a list of requirements for this platform: The application should run on Cloud Foundry. In fact, I want to install Ghost…

Posted by:Jeremy R. Budnack

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