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Lattice: A Cloud-Native Platform for Your Spring Applications

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Lattice: A Cloud-Native Platform for Your Spring Applications

An interesting presentation at SpringOne2GX 2015 by Matt Stine discusses a Cloud Foundry technology called Lattice, which is an interesting take on containers.

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Lattice is a cloud-native application platform that enables you to run your applications in containers like Docker, on your local machine via Vagrant. Lattice includes features like:

  • Cluster scheduling

  • HTTP load balancing

  • Log aggregation

  • Health management

Lattice does this by packaging a subset of the components found in the Cloud Foundry elastic runtime. The result is an open, single-tenant environment suitable for rapid application development, similar to Kubernetes and Mesos Applications developed using Lattice should migrate unchanged to full Cloud Foundry deployments.

Lattice can be used by Spring developers to spin up powerful micro-cloud environments on their desktops, and can be useful for developing and testing cloud-native application architectures. Lattice already has deep integration with Spring Cloud and Spring XD, and you’ll have the opportunity to see deep dives into both at this year’s SpringOne 2GX. This session will introduce the basics:

  • Installing Lattice

  • Lattice’s Architecture

  • How Lattice Differs from Cloud Foundry

  • How to Package and Run Your Spring Apps on Lattice

Recorded at SpringOne2GX 2015

Speaker: Matt Stine

Slides: http://www.slideshare.net/SpringCentral/lattice-a-cloud-native-platform-for-your-spring-applications

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