CloudFoundry: PCF Dev for local development on Ubuntu

PCF Dev is a distribution of Cloud Foundry that has a minimal footprint and is designed to run locally on a developer’s machine.  Using this lightweight distribution of Cloud Foundry, a developer can debug and deploy applications locally.

In this article, we’ll go through the installation of PCF Dev on an Ubuntu development host.

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Maven: Installing a private Maven repository on Ubuntu using Artifactory

An essential part of the standard build process for Java applications is having a set of repositories where project artifacts are stored.

Artifact curation provides the ability to manage dependencies, quickly rollback releases, support compatibility of downstream projects, do QA promotion from test to production, support a continuous build pipeline, and provides auditability.

JFrog puts out an open-source Maven server called Artifactory that is perfect for setting up a private Maven repository for internal applications.

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