Deploying UrbanCode Deploy Blueprint Designer Cloud Applications Part 4 – Designing Your First Blueprint

This blog series, up to this point, has talked about connecting BDP to an Amazon cloud, discussed agents and agent relays, and provided options for setting up a lab environment. We are finally at the point where we are ready to build our first blueprint on an AWS EC2 cloud.
The Sample Component and Application
When BPD is installed there is a separate package that installs the cloud agents and a sample component and application. The cloud agents are versions of UCD agents for a number of platforms – Linux x86-64, [more]

Inside the Life of…An Intern

Who am I? I’m the one who grabs coffee every morning for my co-workers. I’m the same guy who gets handed a bunch of busy work which appears to be the stuff nobody else wants to do. Further, I’m the one who is just referred to as “the intern”. What I just described to you is the stereotypical definition of what an intern is at many companies today. I am happy to report that at Zilker Technology, [more]

Raj Patel API Connect & Docker Enterprise Video Link

In this video, you’ll see how to run a complete Production Class API+Microservice development environment from your developer workstation.

In less than 60 minutes, see how to: stand up scripted, automated and integrated environment – LDAP Directory server, Mail Server, Web based email client, IBM API Connect cloud, API Manager, API developer portal, API Gateway, Docker Trusted Registry, Docker Swarm and Docker Data Center with any OS flavor of your choice – Windows, Mac or Linux, [more]

Deploying UrbanCode Deploy Blueprint Designer Cloud Applications Part 3 – Building a Lab Environment

Now that we have covered connecting to AWS and understand agents and agent relays, it is time to take a step back and look at how to construct a lab environment for IBM UrbanCode Deploy (UCD) and the IBM Blueprint Designer (BPD).  There are a number of options to consider and in this blog I will step through three potential approaches.
Option 1 – Partial Home Setup 1
It is possible to host IBM UrbanCode Deploy on a laptop with a combination of the laptop’s native OS and virtual machines. [more]