In this blog post, we will describe how you could configure HashiCorp Vault in a Cloud Foundry environment. In Cloud Foundry developers provision service instances and then bind those service instances to an application. The service broker is responsible to provide those service instances by interacting with the Cloud Controller. The service brokers advertise a catalog of service offerings and service plans in the marketplace (e.g. a single node Vault plan or a clustered multinode Vault plan). They also act on requests from the marketplace for provisioning, binding, unbinding, and de-provisioning service instances.
What is BeeCon
Started back in 2016, BeeCon is the developer conference of the Alfresco community (the people not the edition). The event is organised by “Order of The Bee” which coordinates the main community contributors and actors. A big presence of Alfresco engineers and specialists acknowledges the seriousness of this endeavour. Last year the convention took place in Brussels, and this year it was located in the wonderful city of Zaragoza.
I found this experience really nice – to be able to get some insights on how people have solved big issues and how they got pwned. What is more, it was good to see that I am personally going in the right direction (or at least, let’s say, getting on the trends)
These are technologies and trends that got my attention as the most used:
- Luigi/Airflow – Tools for pipelining jobs
- Java 9
- Data Science
- Machine learning for prediction and fraud detection
- Data Science
I chose to follow two main paths, with some extra things from here and there: Machine Learning/Data science, Microservices, and let’s call it “miscellaneous”. Below, an overview of the most interesting things:
Electron is an open-source framework developed by Github. It allows for the development of desktop GUI applications using Node.js runtime and the Chromium web browser. In other words is a framework for the development desktop applications with web technologies.