Docker Inc has carried out a Roadshow in order to show interested people how Docker enables a modern supply chain for the enterprise. The Roadshow was sponsored by HPE (Hewlett Packard Enterprise), took place at the InterContinental Hotel Frankfurt and was free to attend. So I decided to travel to Frankfurt and see what the guys have to show. In this short article I will share my impressions of the Roadshow. (more…)
After we just checked out the new features of PCF 1.7 in part 1, we will just move on to PCF 1.8 in this part. With PCF 1.8 some really cool features for operators were introduced, so let’s have a look at them. (more…)
Before we start, just a quick note that this post is the first of three parts about comparing different PCF versions to each other. In this case we will have a look at PCF 1.7 / 1.8 and 1.9. In this post we will start with PCF 1.7.
During the last twelve months, Pivotal subsequently improved Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) and has released three major versions since the beginning of May 2016. It was just last Thursday that Pivotal released version 1.9 of its version of Cloud Foundry. Sometimes it might be hard to stay on track with all these new versions and the changes that are coming with them; but it is necessary for operations to get to know them. (more…)