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Almost all applications depend on some external services like a database or third party components. In traditional development, we bind those components to an application using property files and store it outside the deployable, so that it can be modified whenever required without affecting the running application code.
Cloud Foundry therefore uses service brokers, through which developers can provision and bind a particular service to an application. Service brokers can be used to define the relationship between the application and services like databases. This permits loose coupling between an app and a service.
CF Service Broker Integration - How to build an external service broker
The sample application in this project has been configured to bind to an Amazon S3 Service Broker instance on Cloud Foundry. To deploy this application to Cloud Foundry and use Amazon S3 as an auto-configured service binding.
Sergiu Bodiu is responsible for helping the region’s most strategic customers successfully implement technology and process for cloud and “3rd Platform” services. He is very passionate about open source and is a key contributor to the Spring community. More recently Sergiu has been focusing on platform-as-a-service for the cloud generation of apps whereby he has played a lead role in Asia Pacific and Japan in bringing Pivotal Cloud Foundry to market.
See you all there!
We have posted the Program for DevOpsDays 2016, check it out: https://www.devopsdays.org/events/2016-singapore/program/
In the lead up to DevOpsDays Singapore we will be hosting a meetup every week. Last week was the first in this series and this week our speaker who was unable to host last week is back! Join us for some Spring Devops goodness. Food and Drinks provided courtesy ThoughtWorks.
Find out more about DevOpsDays here https://www.devopsdays.org/events/2016-singapore/welcome/ and book your tickets here https://ti.to/devopsdays-singapore/2016/