IBM Cloud Foundry provides multiple language support like we have been using Java, NodeJS, JSON primarily it's easier to use those buildpacks.
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We use some of the custom buildpacks provided by the Cloud Foundry community and they are all compatible with IBM Cloud Foundry. By using that, we can develop our applications normally and automate the deployment process with our build tools.
We have integrated IBM Cloud Foundry into our CI/CD process. When our build server has built our code base, it will automatically promote the artifacts through the various environments, perform tests, and finally make it publicly available. The entire process is automated and will stop and alert the appropriate personnel if failure occurs. This has dramatically reduced the overhead and complexity for our team to promote code changes from development to production.
The variety of Programming languages on cloud foundry allows for multiple deployment options simplifying the development process.
We use Java and NodeJS primarily; it's easier to use those buildpacks.
CICD is much simpler and more efficient. Improved deployment time drastically.
IBM cloud foundry provides runtimes for a range of programming languages which allows for automating much of the developoment process. Yes, we have benefited from the runtimes provided in the platform. We have leveraged different runtimes python, nodejs, java, go. The buildpacks help with implementing the applications on different runtimes.
We have found the automation to be OK, but not great. We have been able to deploy lots of different types of apps. but have struggled to maintain them in production due to reliability and outages. the cost versus reliability was prohibitive. Automation is nice when it works. However, if you have to spend a lot of time troubleshooting what went wrong and it turns out it is just cloud Foundry failing for no apparent reason, well it is just a waste of time.
IBM Cloud Foundry is an IBM version of the open-source platform designed to make it easier and faster to build, test, deploy, and scale applications. Enterprises can now run Cloud Foundry in a public isolated environment, while natively integrating with other IBM Cloud services, such as AI, Blockchain, IoT, and data tools.
Cloud Foundry Enterprise Environment (CFEE) runs on a Kubernetes service, which reduces complexity by giving development teams a comprehensive set of familiar tools under one management umbrella. CFEE allows IT organizations to safeguard their existing investment in Cloud Foundry, while seamlessly bringing in new skill sets that will lead to building apps that provide contemporary customer experiences.
- Supported: Ease of building user interfaces
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- Supported: Development environment creation
- Supported: Issue recovery
- Supported: Upgrades and platform fixes
- Supported: Ease of use building interfaces
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IBM Cloud Foundry is an IBM version of the open-source platform designed for building, testing, deploying, and scaling applications. Enterprises can run Cloud Foundry in a public isolated environment, while natively integrating with other IBM Cloud services, such as AI, Blockchain, and IoT.
Reviewers rate Scalability and Development environment creation highest, with a score of 9.1.
The most common users of IBM Cloud Foundry are from Enterprises and the Information Technology & Services industry.