VMware Micro Cloud Factory
Written by Kay Ewbank   
Monday, 17 October 2011

VMware has added PostgreSQL and RabbitMQ to its Micro Cloud Factory.

If you’re using VMWare’s Micro Cloud Foundry Platform, a new version has been released that comes with PostgreSQL and RabbitMQ. Micro Cloud Foundry is a complete version of Cloud Foundry that runs in a virtual machine on a developer’s PC or Mac. Cloud Foundry is an Open Platform as a Service on which you can run your Spring, Rails, Node.js and Scala applications, and Micro Cloud Foundry gives you a way to create applications in an offline version before deploying them on CloudFoundry without needing to make any code changes.

The new release makes available vFabric Postgres, a version of PostgreSQL database optimized for the virtualized cloud environment, and RabbitMQ, a scalable and portable messaging system. The new version means you can develop and test applications with RabbitMQ as the messaging solution and PostgresSQL as the data store solution on your local machine before deploying and scaling to the cloud.

vFabric Postgres and RabbitMQ are available as part of a new update for Micro Cloud Foundry, available for download today at http://micro.cloudfoundry.com. You can also check out a blog post on the release that includes examples of using the Java Spring framework to run applications in Micro Cloud Factory.

 

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