In the first part of the blog post series about “How to build a PostgreSQL Cloud Foundry service” we talked about the design goals and the design decision that had to be made. Now we are going to have a look on the automation technology (BOSH) we have chosen and the requirements which led to… Read more »
In this first part of a blog posts series I want to guide you through the journey of building a production grade PostgreSQL Cloud Foundry service. The goal of the blog post is to share experience collected in the anynines team from years of building production grade backing services. PostgreSQL in particular is a good… Read more »
As you probably know, anynines is build on top of Cloud Foundry which lets you easily deploy and scale applications in a just few minutes. There is a restriction, though: to profit from Cloud Foundry functionality, your application should be build on a shared nothing architecture which means it should be stateless.