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How to Push Private Docker Images and Enable Caching on Cloud Foundry Diego

Andrei Krasnitski

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Diego has brought Docker to Cloud Foundry, but only public Docker images are supported out-of-the-box. In this post, I will go over two solutions for those who cannot have their data in the open: private Docker registries and Diego Docker Cache. Below, you will find installation steps for both and a demo of how to deploy Diego Docker Cache.


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An Outstanding Cloud Foundry Feature: App Placement and Host Affinity

Aliaksandr Prysmakou


Out of the box, Cloud Foundry doesn’t give us the ability to control application placement or to specify a target host(s) for an application. This may be critical when one needs to separate apps between different environments or host types—or for any other type of app segregation. The good news is that this can be resolved very easily.



Tuning Configuration of the Cloud Foundry Java Buildpack to Avoid Out-of-Memory Errors

Andrei Bushyk


Java apps created in accordance with 12-factors are supposed to run in Cloud Foundry without modifications. However, sometimes the defaults provided by the public buildpacks don’t work. In this post, we will look at two ways to resolve out-of-memory errors.



Allstate and CompoZed Labs—One Year Later (CF Summit Notes)


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