Using BOSH To Get The Stack Done

Episode 365 · October 17th, 2018 · 37 mins 5 secs

About this Episode

Cloud Foundry’s BOSH continues to serve many organizations as a missing Cloud Provider Interface (CPI) link for managing deployments throughout the production cycle across multi-cloud environments.

Dr. Nic Williams, CEO of Stark & Wayne, a cloud services consultancy, and Marco Voelz, a developer for software giant SAP, were on hand during Cloud Foundry Summit Europe in Basel last week to discuss during this podcast why BOSH continues to be at the heart of Cloud Foundry with Alex Williams, founder and editor-in-chief of The New Stack.

BOSH remains a key part of Cloud Foundry's multi-cloud strategy thanks largely to its CPI, which “abstracts all those nitty-gritty infrastructure details from the BOSH code base itself,” Voelz said. In this way, BOSH can run on AWS, Azure, OpenStack or "wherever you like — as long as there’s a CPI for it," Voelz said.

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