Author Archives: erictummers

About erictummers

Working in a DevOps team is the best thing that happened to me. I like challenges and sharing the solutions with others. On my blog I’ll mostly post about my work, but expect an occasional home project, productivity tip and tooling review.

Add Sql Server as user provided service in Cloud Foundry

In this post you’ll add Sql Server from Azure to a dotnet core mvc app. We presume you’ve already created the Sql Server in Azure. If not follow my post azure sql server for centralised database. User Provided Service A … Continue reading

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Add MySql to dotnet core app in Cloud Foundry

In this post you’ll add MySql from the marketplace to a dotnet core mvc app. Mysql was added to the marketplace in this post. Service We could use the cli to add MySql and then hook it up to the … Continue reading

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MySql in marketplace of your Cloud Foundry

This post is a combination of information available elsewhere (links are included) and can be used to get mysql in the marketplace on your local Cloud Foundry. Tip! Run startupcf.sh from my quickly set environment for local cloud foundry post. … Continue reading

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Quickly set environment for local Cloud Foundry

We’ve been playing with our local Cloud Foundry installation. After “save state” and system shutdown some settings are lost. To get our environment quickly setup for local Cloud Foundry we run a script: The contents of the script file is … Continue reading

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Time drift on Cloud Foundry

On April 24th the ssl certificate of cloudfoundry is renewed. Directly after that I got errors on the certificate: Workaround My workaround was to create an offline buildpack. Fix On their Slack channel I got the tip to look at … Continue reading

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Offline buildpack for Cloud Foundry

This post is a combination of information available elsewhere (links are included) and can be used to get you’re own offline buildpack on Cloud Foundry. Prerequisites install go (https://ahmadawais.com/install-go-lang-on-macos-with-homebrew/) Dotnet-core buildpack Instructions on https://github.com/cloudfoundry/dotnet-core-buildpack/tree/v2.0.1 Warning! buildpack is 841MB. Now you … Continue reading

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Deploy your first dotnet core app to Cloud Foundry

After installing Cloud Foundry it is time to deploy your first dotnet core app. Make sure you’re using the right framework/sdk version. If the version is not supported by Cloud Foundry you’ll get logging like below You can force the … Continue reading

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