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Cloud Foundry

Author : Duncan C. E. Winn
ISBN : 9781491965740
Genre : Computers
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What exactly is a cloud-native platform? It’s certainly a hot topic in IT, as enterprises today assess this option for developing and delivering software quickly and repeatedly. This O’Reilly report explains the capabilities of cloud-native platforms and examines the fundamental changes enterprises need to make in process, organization, and culture if they’re to take real advantage of this approach. Author Duncan Winn focuses on the open source platform Cloud Foundry, one of the more prominent cloud-native providers. You’ll learn how cloud-native applications are designed to be "infrastructure unaware" so they can thrive and move at will in the highly distributed and constantly evolving cloud environment. With this report, you’ll explore: Technical driving forces that are rapidly changing the way organizations develop and deliver software today How key concepts underpinning the Cloud Foundry platform leverage each of the technical forces discussed How cloud-native platforms remove the requirement to perform undifferentiated heavy lifting, such as provisioning VMs, middleware, and databases Why cloud-native platforms enable fast feedback loops as you move from agile development to agile deployment Recommended changes and practical considerations for organizations that want to build cloud-native applications

Cloud Foundry The Definitive Guide

Author : Duncan C. E. Winn
ISBN : 9781491932544
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How can Cloud Foundry help you develop and deploy business-critical applications and tasks with velocity? This practical guide demonstrates how this open source, cloud-native application platform not only significantly reduces the develop-to-deploy cycle time, but also raises the value line for application operators by changing the way applications and supporting services are deployed and run. Learn how Cloud Foundry can help you improve your product velocity by handling many of essential tasks required to run applications in production. Author Duncan Winn shows DevOps and operations teams how to configure and run Cloud Foundry at scale. You’ll examine Cloud Foundry’s technical concepts—including how various platform components interrelate—and learn how to choose your underlying infrastructure, define the networking architecture, and establish resiliency requirements. This book covers: Cloud-native concepts that make the app build, test, deploy, and scale faster How to deploy Cloud Foundry and the BOSH release engineering toolchain Concepts and components of Cloud Foundry’s runtime architecture Cloud Foundry’s routing mechanisms and capabilities The platform’s approach to container tooling and orchestration BOSH concepts, deployments, components, and commands Basic tools and techniques for debugging the platform Recent and soon-to-emerge features of Cloud Foundry

Cloud Foundry For Developers

Author : Rick Farmer
ISBN : 9781788396578
Genre : Computers
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Deploy and scale applications on Cloud Foundry About This Book Gain hands-on experience using Cloud Foundry Implement deployment, management and scaling of applications on Cloud Foundry Learn best practices and troubleshooting tips for running applications on Cloud Foundry Who This Book Is For This book is aimed at developers, engineers and architects who want to learn key aspects of developing and running applications on the Cloud Foundry Platform. Prior knowledge Cloud Foundry is not necessary. What You Will Learn Understand Cloud Foundry (CF) tools and concepts. Understand the breadth of possibilities unleashed through a lightweight agile approach to building and deploying applications. Design and deploy cloud native applications that run well on Cloud Foundry. Learn Microservice design concepts and worker applications. Customize service brokers to publish your services in the Cloud Foundry marketplace. Using, managing and creating buildpacks for the Cloud Foundry Platform. Troubleshoot applications on Cloud Foundry Perform zero-downtime deployments using blue/green routes, A/B testing, and painless rollbacks to earlier versions of the application. In Detail Cloud Foundry is the open source platform to deploy, run, and scale applications. Cloud Foundry is growing rapidly and a leading product that provides PaaS (Platform as a Service) capabilities to enterprise, government, and organizations around the globe. Giants like Dell Technologies, GE, IBM, HP and the US government are using Cloud Foundry innovate faster in a rapidly changing world. Cloud Foundry is a developer's dream. Enabling them to create modern applications that can leverage the latest thinking, techniques and capabilities of the cloud, including: DevOps Application Virtualization Infrastructure agnosticism Orchestrated containers Automation Zero downtime upgrades A/B deployment Quickly scaling applications out or in This book takes readers on a journey where they will first learn the Cloud Foundry basics, including how to deploy and scale a simple application in seconds. Readers will build their knowledge of how to create highly scalable and resilient cloud-native applications and microservices running on Cloud Foundry. Readers will learn how to integrate their application with services provided by Cloud Foundry and with those external to Cloud Foundry. Readers will learn how to structure their Cloud Foundry environment with orgs and spaces. After that, we'll discuss aspects of continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD), monitoring and logging. Readers will also learn how to enable health checks, troubleshoot and debug applications. By the end of this book, readers will have hands-on experience in performing various deployment and scaling tasks. Additionally, they will have an understanding of what it takes to migrate and develop applications for Cloud Foundry. Style and Approach A practitioner's guide to Cloud Foundry that covers the areas of application development, deployment and services.

Cloud Native Java

Author : Josh Long
ISBN : 9781449374617
Genre : Computers
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Learn the essentials of the Spring Boot microframework for developing modern, cloud-ready JVM applications and microservices across a variety of environments. With this practical book, you’ll learn everything you need to know to get started working with Spring Boot. A modern cloud-native architecture looks very different from the architectures inspired by the economics of scale ten years ago. Now that the cloud is the default for everyone—and not just trailblazers like Google, Amazon, Twitter, and Netflix—Spring Boot and Spring Cloud offer the best tools to commoditize the architecture of the cloud. This book shows you how to leverage Spring Boot to build modular, highly-scalable applications.

Cloud Native Go

Author : Kevin Scott Hoffman
ISBN : 0672337797
Genre : Computers
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Today, companies and their developers need to respond to their market at breakneck speeds. Organizations that aren't built on highly-available, rapidly-evolving software are going the way of the dinosaurs. Cloud Native Go brings together all the knowledge developers need to build huge-scale cloud applications that meet the insatiable demands of today's customers and markets. Kevin Hoffman starts with a primer on Go, a programming language that's rapidly gaining traction due to its exceptional suitability for cloud development. Next, he describes the modern cloud-native application in detail, illuminating the 12 Factors associated with successful cloud-native development. Hoffman then guides you through building the skills you need to create microservices in Go, helping you master key techniques such as TDD in Go. Once you're comfortable building microservices, Hoffman shows how to add front-end web components using AngularJS and server-side templates. He walks through Go-based, cloud-native techniques for routing, RESTful service creation, JSON serialization, securing RESTful services, OAuth2 authentication, and more. You'll find practical techniques for working with web sockets, developing responsive/mobile-friendly UIs, making the most of concurrency, and integrating database access. At each appropriate stopping point, Hoffman shows you how to push your work in progress to cloud like Cloud Foundry/Pivotal Web Services, watch it run there, and assess its ability to dynamically scale, and to support failover, fault tolerance, and monitoring. With cloud-native development rapidly accelerating in importance, these are skills you need now - and no other book brings them together like this. By the time you're finished, you'll be ready to build cloud-native apps that dynamically scale to handle virtually any volume of data, traffic, or users.

Sap Cloud Platform

Author : Gairik Acharya
ISBN : 149321747X
Genre : Computers
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Learn to build cloud applications from the ground up using SAP Cloud Platform. Explore the Neo and Cloud Foundry development environments; pick your backend language from a selection including Java, Node.js, and ABAP; and create a frontend with SAPUI5 and SAP Fiori, and more. Once your app is ready to run, secure, test, and monitor it before delivery and implementation. Then find out how to integrate essential SAP Cloud Platform services like the SAP Leonardo toolset. Take your apps to the next level a. Application Development Learn the ins and outs of application development, from Java, Node.js, Python, SAP HANA XS, SAP HANA XSA, and ABAP in the backend. For the frontend, explore SAPUI5, SAP Fiori, and SAP Web IDE. b. Lifecycle Management Secure and monitor applications, set up a continuous delivery and continuous integration pipeline, and implement DevOps best practices. c. Microservices Integrate your applications with SAP Cloud Platform microservices like Internet of Things 4.0, machine learning, and blockchain from the SAP Leonardo toolset. 1) SAP Cloud Platform 2) Neo Environment 3) Cloud Foundry 4) Microservices 5) Frontend and backend development 6) Application lifecycle management 7) SAP Leonardo 8) Java 9) SAPUI5 10) CI/CD 11) DevOps

Pro Spring Xd

Author : Felipe Gutierrez
ISBN : 1484212401
Genre : Computers
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In Pro Spring XD, you'll develop a foundation for creating applications that use real-time data streaming starting with your first Spring XD application. Then, you'll examine the Spring XD internals such as XD components such as jobs, taps and even more on streams. Additionally, you'll understand the Spring XD architecture, messaging, and DSLs. Furthermore, while building up your case study application, you'll learn and examine Spring XD's administration and monitoring tools, development and deployment tools, the Spring XD Rest APIs. Finally, you'll learn how to extend and use the available Spring XD modules and extensions and integrate with the Spring Integration framework for a most robust Spring XD application. Pro Spring XD is your authoritative guide to using the Spring XD platform. This integral Spring set of tools lets you build applications or application aspects that take advantage of big data. Spring XD is essentially a unified, distributed, and extensible system for data ingestion, real time analytics, batch processing, and data export. It also lets you work with third party big data processing engines like the very popular Hadoop and more. What you’ll learn How to use Spring XD and integrate it with the Spring platform to build complex data-rich enterprise cloud applications How to use Spring XD with the popular Hadoop and other big data processing engines and frameworks How to use Spring XD components: Streams, Jobs, Taps How to use other Spring XD internals like XD architecture, XD messaging and XD DSL How to use advanced techniques like Spring XD administration and monitoring, development and deployment, the Spring XD REST APIs How to extend Spring XD using its modules and extensions How to use Spring Integration with Spring XD and more Who this book is for This book is for experienced Java and enterprise Java programmers/developers who have at least some prior experience with using the popular Spring Framework and platform.

Cloud Foundry

Author : Josh Long
ISBN : OCLC:1137101763
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"Cloud Foundry LiveLessons provides an introduction to the Cloud Foundry platform. The 11 lessons introduce fundamentals concepts, principles and best practices in Cloud Foundry and cloud-native architecture. You use Cloud Foundry to develop on a public-cloud, deploy and manage applications, integrate with back-services, interact with the Cloud Foundry API, extend the platform with service-brokers, and extend the platform with route-services."--Resource description page.

Flow Architectures

Author : James Urquhart
ISBN : 1492075892
Genre : Computers
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The evolution of software design is moving into a phase dominated by events and streaming data. Serverless programming, IOT data capture, and even live video provide a near real-time look at the world around us. Software is being developed now that can optimize the ways not only how technology interacts, but how businesses themselves integrate with other businesses to meet customer needs, a phenomenon I call "flow". Flow may best be defined as the defacto patterns and standards by which activity and related data is communicated between arbitrary parties over the Internet. This book explores a critical implication of that evolution: what happens when the sources, formats, and mechanisms that enable the exchange of events and data streams are commoditized and standard, and businesses can discover and link new sources of activity to enhance existing businesses or drive new markets altogether? And what are some of the technologies and architectural patterns that you can begin to adopt today to position your company for the tremendous opportunities enabled by flow? As HTTP revolutionized the way we linked information, will de facto event standards revolutionize the way we link activity?

Practical Nats

Author : Waldemar Quevedo
ISBN : 9781484235706
Genre : Computers
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Learn to use NATS and messaging as a solution for communication between services. The NATS project has been around since 2010, but it has become more popular in recent years due to how well it fits into the paradigm of cloud native applications and microservices architectures. It’s fast becoming a very attractive option thanks to its great performance characteristics--a single server can push millions of messages per second--and overall simple design. First you will learn the fundamentals of NATS, such as its design, protocol and the styles of communications it enables, internals of the NATS clients, and how to use the basic API provided by all the official clients. You will also understand how to setup and configure NATS servers using the configuration file. Next you'll work with real-world projects and see how to develop a production-ready cloud native application using NATS as the control plane over which clients communicate. Finally you’ll learn advanced usage of the NATS clients, such as implementing heartbeats based failure detectors, tracing or collecting multiple responses from a single request. Perhaps you are familiar with REST-style APIs, and want to make the transition into a messaging-based approach instead. Practical NATS is the perfect place to start. What You'll Learn Use NATS to build applications which use it as the control plane for communication among components Explore the fundamentals of NATS such as how the protocol works under the hood to more advanced communication styles which are possible with the basic building blocks provided by the client Setup, operate, and configure NATS servers, as well as how to troubleshoot common failure scenarios Who This Book Is For Anyone looking for a solution for some of the problems which come along with microservices and cloud native application development, such as service discovery, low latency requests, load balancing, tracing and monitoring for example. Also adopters of NATS who need further help getting started using it. Ideally you should have some familiarity with Go as that is the language of the code examples.

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