Blog posts by Cloudsoft Engineering

December 12, 2018

Handling AWS EC2 VM Failures

November 1, 2018

The Ultimate Guide to AWS T3 Instances Pricing

March 23, 2018
DSL editor - intro

Graphical wiring in application-centric blueprints

Ed: Thomas spends a lot of time making complex things easy and visual. He’s one of our top cloud engineers who develops our AMP product that […]
March 23, 2018
Customer Architecture for ALB Enhancements

Consequences of bad health checks in AWS Application Load Balancer

Ed: I’m getting a bit worried about our VP of Engineering, Aled: he is at his happiest doing cloud war games and pre-/post-mortems! This is the first […]
March 20, 2018
Hyperledger Sawtooth

Cloudsoft’s Andrew Kennedy announced as a Hyperledger Technical Ambassador

Andrew Kennedy is a Distributed Systems Hacker on Cloudsoft’s engineering team. His latest work has resulted in him not only becoming a maintainer for the open source Hyperledger Sawtooth […]
March 20, 2018
Hyperledger Sawtooth

Cloudsoft’s Andrew Kennedy announced as a Hyperledger Technical Ambassador

Andrew Kennedy is a Distributed Systems Hacker on Cloudsoft’s engineering team. His latest work has resulted in him not only becoming a maintainer for the open source Hyperledger Sawtooth […]
April 20, 2017

Introducing Cloudsoft AMP Bot for ChatOps

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 […]
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 […]
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