Pattern and Anti-Patterns when Operating Cloud Foundry in a Private / Public Cloud

Pattern and Anti-Patterns when Operating Cloud Foundry in a Private / Public Cloud

Warner Music Group (WMG) has been one of the Cloud Foundry pioneers. Experiencing inconsistency and reliability issues with the private cloud strategy, the company decided to completely migrate its Cloud Foundry-based infrastructure to a public cloud. After migration, WMG and Altoros worked out a data sheet that explores:

  • 5 patterns and 5 anti-patterns on operating Cloud Foundry in a private / public cloud
  • 10 tips based on the lessons learned when moving its platform from a private to a public cloud

The cheat sheet features best practices employed to address the challenges associated with auto-scaling, buildpack compatibility, redundancy and availability zones, provisioning, testing, etc.

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