. I think
it covers the same sort of space, ensuring the development version is good
before rolling production users in to it.
On Fri, 19 May 2017 at 21:37, Sean Keery <skeery(a)pivotal.io> wrote:
A simple timed canary strategy could use something like
. More complex application
canary scenarios have been created with CD systems such as Jenkins or
Concourse. Finally, you could use a third party tool such as Spinnaker,
which specializes in complex application deployments.
On Fri, May 19, 2017 at 4:42 AM Christian Brinker <cbrinker(a)evoila.de>
> Hi Shane,
> please do not mix up BOSH with CF. With BOSH you deploy virtual machines.
> It is used for example to deploy Cloud Foundry. The canaries support here
> is for example used for changing the Cloud Foundry platform deployment.
> Your apps pushed to Cloud Foundry have no direct connection to it.
> be more the canary solution you need. I am not that involved with that
> project. So I am not sure it works. This should be answered by one other
> here out of the community. But there are also exist other approaches like
and a discussion about
> zero-downtime deployments was there some time ago. But I did not follow the
> actual outcome.
> If you want a more active influence to the routing, you can use routing
> services. See https://docs.cloudfoundry.org/services/route-services.html
> it. There is also an example limiting the rate of traffic to an
> application. It is not exactly your problem, but may present you some hints
> for your problem.
> On Fri, 19 May 2017 at 12:10 Shane Gannon <sgannon200(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>> I've evaluating Cloud Foundry to determine whether it supports Canary
>> Releases for my apps.
>> So far I've found references to BOSH supporting canaries. But this
>> appears to be an internal mechanism that cloud foundry uses when
>> re-deploying its own servers.
>> I've also had a look at
>> but this appears to be for testing the infrastructure / overall system.
>> e.g. Canaries to warn about memory/cpu/disk/network etc usage.
>> Are there any common approaches to supporting Canary Deploys with Cloud
>> Foundry? I imagine it would need to relate to the GoRouter somehow.
>> The closest I've come to finding a solution is the documentation from
>> Cloud Foundry on Blue-Green Deployments.
>> But this technic would not let me control the percentage of, or which,
>> traffic is routed to the Canary.
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