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TMForum Live 2017!

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May25
Just off of TM Forum Live 2017 we are overjoyed to announce that we have received an Outstanding Achievement Catalyst award for “Smart City on Edge”! Cloudsoft participated with BT, Cloudsoft, EXFO, Infonova/BearingPoint and our Champions: Agile Fractal Grid, Dublin City and Milton Keynes. Catalysts are member-driven proof-of-concept projects which connect diverse organizations to develop

Introducing Cloudsoft AMP Bot for ChatOps

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Apr20
ChatOps has been around for a while now but it is still a method of working, communicating and collaborating that likely means different things to different people. This blog provides a Cloudsoft perspective on ChatOps and how it relates to deploying and managing applications in/across hybrid clouds. ChatOps 101 ChatOps

Montlake: Application Blueprinting in more detail

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Apr15
This is a follow up to my previous post Not all blueprints are equal where we introduced, under the Montlake moniker, a project comparing and contrasting different ways of creating application blueprints. Here we drill-down on the modelling, deployment and in-life management of applications with Apache Brooklyn and Cloudsoft AMP using a simple Node.JS application as our exemplar. The application

The Open Service Broker API and Why it Matters

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Dec20
The Cloud Foundry Foundation publicly launched the Open Service Broker API project (OSB) last week, and though I was dubious at first, my colleague Robert Moss has made me a convert.  The past five years has brought incredible change to application architecture; with cloud native design patterns, twelve-factor, continuous delivery, containers, and cloud services,

Apache Brooklyn and Hashicorp Terraform Integration

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Nov01
In this article, we’ll take a look at Apache Brooklyn’s integration with Hashicorp Terraform, a tool for building, changing, and versioning infrastructure safely and efficiently. Brief Overview of Terraform The key component of a Terraform system is the configuration file. Configuration files describe to Terraform the components needed to run anything from
May 25, 2017

TMForum Live 2017!

Just off of TM Forum Live 2017 we are overjoyed to announce that we have received an Outstanding Achievement Catalyst award for “Smart City on Edge”! Cloudsoft participated with BT,
April 20, 2017

Introducing Cloudsoft AMP Bot for ChatOps

April 15, 2017

Montlake: Application Blueprinting in more detail

This is a follow up to my previous post Not all blueprints are equal where we introduced, under the Montlake moniker, a project comparing and contrasting different ways of creating
December 20, 2016

The Open Service Broker API and Why it Matters

The Cloud Foundry Foundation publicly launched the Open Service Broker API project (OSB) last week, and though I was dubious at first, my colleague Robert Moss has made me a
November 1, 2016

Apache Brooklyn and Hashicorp Terraform Integration

In this article, we’ll take a look at Apache Brooklyn’s integration with Hashicorp Terraform, a tool for building, changing, and versioning infrastructure safely and efficiently. Brief Overview of