About this blogThis blog is mostly about my pursuits in Data Science. Previous blog entries also dealt with storage, compute, virtualization and professional services. Currently the focus is on Data Science, including Big Data, Hadoop, Business Intelligence, Data Warehouse, Data Integration and Visualization. From time to time I will blog about other things of interest. The opinions expressed in this blog are entirely my own and should not be taken as the opinion of my employer.
Tag Archives: Cloud Foundry
If your like myself you use self-signed certificates in your lab environment, as its quick and easy. In my Pivotal Cloud Foundry lab I have generated a self-signed certificate in the Elastic Runtime configuration. When you have a self-signed certificate you … Continue reading
Recently I have been expanding my lab, which included two vSphere hosts. At the time, my hosts which each had 16GB, were substantial lab nodes and their Nehalem architecture was on top. Now of days they are modest at best. … Continue reading
Because my Pivotal Cloud Foundry lab runs on my modest vSphere environment, every now an then I need to power something down, and I don’t always have the resources to vMotion everything to the remaining servers. So I needed a … Continue reading
Pivotal Cloud Foundry has a web page where users can goto and login and manage their environment. Depending on the privileges assigned to the user this may mean the ability to invite other users, create orgs, create spaces, manage apps, … Continue reading
Recently I built a Pivotal Cloud Foundry lab. I used the following builds: Ops Manager 18.104.22.168 Elastic Runtime 22.214.171.124 Ops Metrics 126.96.36.199 I fired up PCF in my lab and have been playing with it. One thing that bothered me … Continue reading