Category Docker

Scaling TIBCO on OpenShift: How to easily scale a TIBCO BusinessWorks Container Edition (BWCE) application Docker Image on OpenShift (Origin)?

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 […]

TIBCO on OpenShift: How to instantiate and start a TIBCO BusinessWorks Container Edition (BWCE) application Docker Image on OpenShift (Origin)?

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!

Autoscaling TIBCO on Kubernetes: How to easily autoscale a TIBCO BusinessWorks Container Edition (BWCE) application Docker Image on Kubernetes (Minikube)?

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 […]

Scaling TIBCO on Kubernetes: How to easily scale a TIBCO BusinessWorks Container Edition (BWCE) application Docker Image on Kubernetes (Minikube)?

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.

TIBCO on Kubernetes: How to instantiate and start a TIBCO BusinessWorks Container Edition (BWCE) application Docker Image on Kubernetes (Minikube)?

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)!

TIBCO on Docker: How to create, instantiate and start a TIBCO BusinessWorks Container Edition (BWCE) application Docker Image?

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.

Cloud Balancing and Cloud Bursting

This brief blog post is to gain basic understanding of the cloud computing mechanisms cloud balancing and cloud bursting. These mechanisms are covered in module 2 (Cloud Technology Concepts) of the Cloud Certified Professional (CCP™) program.