Posts By: Julian Fischer

How to deploy a Go app on anynines and Cloud Foundry

Thanks to Cloud Foundry’s support of buildpacks it’s very easy to deploy mostly any app of any language to anynines. This of course includes the Go language. Derived from Heroku’s Go buildpack Michael Jemala was so nice to create a slightly modified Cloud Foundry buildpack for Go. As all Cloud Foundry buildpacks can also be… Read more »

Continuous Deployment with anynines, github and Travis CI

A few words about continuous deployment Continuous deployment is part of the continuous delivery paradigm. The basic idea of continuous delivery is to automate the software delivery process as far as possible. This includes automated testing,¬†continuous integration as well as continuous deployment. Your continuous deployment benefits With a working continuous deployment chain in place you… Read more »

anynines – Scalable Swift File Storage Service

Given that most web applications need to store files generated or uploaded by users they require a place to store these files. Back in the old days such files have been put into the filesystem. However, for redundant systems with multiple application server instances this is not an option. Because the instances can be spread… Read more »