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This article follows along from our series of articles on deploying BOSH and Cloud Foundry using the wonderful new bosh2 CLI. Bootstrap BOSH 2.0 with local VirtualBox Running Cloud Foundry with BOSH 2.0…

Posted by:Dr Nic Williams

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If you do not have a BOSH-Lite installed with bosh2 locally on your VirtualBox yet, you can follow Bootstrap BOSH on VirtualBox with BOSH 2.0 to do so. If you already have BOSH-Lite installed,…

Posted by:Xiujiao Gao 高秀娇

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Do you feel a little bit disappointed when you can not simply run vagrant up to bring up a bosh-lite on your local environment anymore? Anyways I did. Not for long though. This blog will…

Posted by:Xiujiao Gao 高秀娇

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Let's say that you just deployed your shiny new Cloud Foundry at work, and are showing it off to your friends. As you and your friends hover over the login page, Bill from Corporate Compliance…

Posted by:Jeremy R. Budnack

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Pivotal has done a great job with documenting adding UAA as the authentication and authorization for BOSH instead of relying on local BOSH accounts. This allows you to later integrate with LDAP or SAML later…

Posted by:Chris Weibel

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bosh create-env is AWESOME. It lets you deploy BOSH itself using a BOSH manifest, making it really easy to customize your BOSH deployment as you see fit. It allows you to add a backup agent,…

Posted by:Geoff Franks

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A few of our recent posts related to standing up BOSH deployments using Genesis have all revolved around needing Vault to store your credentials safely. The vault-boshrelease makes this fairly straightforward, but there's now a…

Posted by:Geoff Franks

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If you've ever deployed Cloud Foundry via BOSH, you know how complicated BOSH's deployment manifests can be - thousands of lines, many properties, many of which are repeated. This problem gets compounded when you start…

Posted by:Geoff Franks

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The standard way to deploy bosh-lite is with vagrant up and it starts running on your machine using VirtualBox. You can also deploy bosh-lite to AWS with vagrant up --provider=aws (instructions). But what if…

Posted by:Dr Nic Williams

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