In the last few blogpost I played around with the product TIBCO BusinessWorks Container Edition (from now on BWCE) on several container platforms like Docker (standalone setup), Kubernetes (Minikube) and OpenShift (Origin). In my honest opinion a move that is inevitable for organisations with the ambition to become cloud-native. However while playing around and trying […]

In the last blogpost I created, instantiated and started a TIBCO BWCE application Docker image on a local OpenShift cluster (Origin). In this blogpost I will be explaining how to easily scale to keep up with user demand. Since OpenShift is actually using Kubernetes under the hood, there are many similarities (besides a slightly different […]

In the last series of blogposts I did all kind of cool stuff with a TIBCO BusinessWorks Container Edition (BWCE) application docker image on a local Kubernetes cluster (Minikube). This blogpost we are taking things even to a higher level with OpenShift Origin, which is the community edition of Red Hat OpenShift Enterprise!

In the last blogpost I explained how to easily (but manually) scale a TIBCO BWCE application Docker image on a local Kubernetes cluster (Minikube) to keep up with user demand. In this blogpost I will be explaining how to leverage the autoscale functionality in Kubernetes by autoscaling a TIBCO BusinessWorks Container Edition (BWCE) application Docker […]

In the last blogpost I created, instantiated and started a TIBCO BWCE application Docker image on a local Kubernetes cluster (Minikube). In this blogpost I will be explaining how to easily scale to keep up with user demand.

In the last blogpost I created, instantiated and started a TIBCO BusinessWorks Container Edition (BWCE) application docker image using a local Docker daemon. In this blogpost we will be instantiating and starting the TIBCO BWCE application Docker image on a local Kubernetes cluster (Minikube)!

When trying to create a Docker application image based on a TIBCO BusinessWorks Container Edition (from now on TIBCO BWCE) application (helloWorld_1.0.0.ear) and a corresponding Dockerfile one will notice that the base docker image (tibco/bwce:latest) has not been made publicly available by TIBCO.