In the last part of our series about How to build a PostgreSQL Cloud Foundry service we talked about the automation technology (BOSH) we have chosen and the requirements which led to this decision. Now we want to show you details of architecture and the user experience.
Introduction It’s that time again – May – the Cloud Foundry (CF) community meets in Santa Clara, California for the annual Cloud Foundry Summit USA. Some members of our anynines team started the long journey from Europe to California to take part in this great event.
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 »