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Stark & Wayne was fortunate to participate in OpenStack summit (Boston 2017). With significant experience managing and deploying Cloud Foundry on various OpenStack flavors we were happy to talk about our experiences. See Bill Chapman…

Posted by:Bill Chapman

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Often I find myself needing to repeatedly access a service that is password protected. A good example would be trying to curl an end point that is behind basic auth, another is dealing with projects…

Posted by:Bill Chapman

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This manual will guide you through the steps necessary to deploy Cloud Foundry using Terraform on OpenStack. A tremendous amount of automation has been put in place to allow you to quickly deploy Cloud Foundry…

Posted by:Chris Weibel

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Assumptions: OpenStack is already installed If OpenStack Juno is used, make sure this patch is applied You are provided an admin login or an administrator follows the steps in 'Create A New User' and provides…

Posted by:Chris Weibel

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There is a bug in OpenStack Juno which prevents BOSH from assigning static IPs. This can be quite an issue when trying to install Cloud Foundry on OpenStack. There is a very simple fix: Log…

Posted by:Chris Weibel

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There have been a couple exciting changes to the two Cloud Foundry provisioning projects for AWS and OpenStack which make deploying Cloud Foundry to these two infrastructures even easier than before. See this link for…

Posted by:Chris Weibel

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BOSH openstack stemcells are QCOW2 format by default. If you need RAW stemcell version. Use the following script. #!/bin/bash if [[ $# -eq 0 ]] ; then echo 'Usage: raw_convert.sh <tgz stemcell>' exit…

Posted by:Long Nguyen

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