Automated installation of buildpack with concourse is easy.
In enterprise environment you might not want to install all buildpacks directly in production.
This blog post shows you how developers can test their application before the buildpacks are in production and you are still up to date.
Concourse is a highly versatile continuous-thing-doer.
At mimacom, we use Concourse a lot to automate Cloud Foundry deployments and naturally, when there is Cloud Foundry there is also BOSH as underlying deployment automation.
Concourse has different deployment options, of which one is a BOSH deployment.
In this blog post we will walk through how to prepare and setup a Concourse BOSH deployment.
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)
DevOps became necessary tool/approach in developer and sysadmin life. Most of companies introduced or will introduce own mechanisms to automate internal software processes. There are many programs that simplify and automate software development, delivery and integration. Combination of DevOps tools (for example Docker, Git, Jenkins, Bamboo, Bash scripts, Nagios etc.) can minimize human effort.
Docker containers wrap a piece of software in a complete filesystem that contains everything needed to run: code, runtime, system tools, system libraries – anything that can be installed on a server. This guarantees that the software will always run the same, regardless of its environment.