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Tuesday, May 12 • 2:50pm - 3:20pm
Simplifying Services with the Apache Brooklyn Catalog: The CF Brooklyn Service Broker and Plugin

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The Cloud Foundry Service Broker API provides a means of adding new services to your Cloud Foundry application, but usually that means creating a new service broker for each additional service. In this talk, we introduce the Brooklyn service broker, which can deploy many different services across multiple clouds with a single service broker. It uses Apache Brooklyn, the open source application blueprinting and management platform.

We will demonstrate this with a range of clustered NoSQL and analytics platforms from the Apache Brooklyn catalog. We will also show how, by extending the API and using a CLI plugin, a single command can create and bind complex service topologies specified in your application’s manifest. Finally we’ll show the plugin’s capabilities for managing these services, inspecting sensor events and effecting scaling and failover changes.

Speakers
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Alex Heneveld

Co-founder & CTO, Cloudsoft
Alex Heneveld is one of the creators of Apache Brooklyn, and CTO and co-founder at Cloudsoft Corporation where he works with companies large and small to build their application management strategy. With the surprisingly controversial view that applications are more important than infrastructure, he brings a no-nonsense approach to cloud which has proved successful in practice and popular with audiences from Gluecon to LinuxCon.
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Robert Moss

Software Engineer, Cloudsoft Corporation
Robert Moss is a Senior Software Engineer at Cloudsoft Corporation the makers of Cloudsoft AMP. He leads Cloudsoft’s Cloud Foundry development efforts as the creator of the Apache Brooklyn Service Broker which is in Cloud Foundry Incubation; he is the instigator of the Apache Brooklyn client CLI; and has worked on Brooklyn supporting OASIS TOSCA blueprints. Robert has previously spoken at Cloud Foundry Summits in Santa Clara and Berlin.


Tuesday May 12, 2015 2:50pm - 3:20pm
Hall A-2

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