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windows buildpacks

Joey Mizrahi <joeymizrahi42@...>
 

Hello cf community,

Currently I do not see many options for windows buildpacks.

Has someone created one in the past and can share?

 

I am currently in need of 3 different buildpacks (all for windows).

  1. Nodejs
  2. Python
  3. Java

 

Thanks


KubeCF 0.1.0

Vlad Iovanov <VIovanov@...>
 

Hello everyone,

 

We released KubeCF 0.1.0 last Friday, but forgot to broadcast it to everyone. Merry Christmas!

 

This is the first release build of kubecf, so we’d like the community to kick the tires.

 

kubecf 0.1 can be downloaded here — note that this is listed in Github as a pre-release:

https://github.com/SUSE/kubecf/releases/tag/v0.1.0

 

This version includes the new v1.0 of the cf-operator, which if you’re curious, is available here:

https://github.com/cloudfoundry-incubator/cf-operator/releases/tag/v1.0.0

 

There are known issues tied to both releases, which are covered in the notes.

A big thank you to everyone that has helped develop this awesome flavor of Cloud Foundry!

 

Cheers and a happy new year,

Vlad

 


Re: [cf-bosh] Project Quarks CF Operator 1.0

Michael Maximilien
 

Yeah! Kudos to the Quarks team and happy holidays to all of you.

Cheers,

Max

On Sat, Dec 21, 2019 at 3:01 AM Krannich, Bernd <bernd.krannich@...> wrote:

Congrats for releasing 1.0!

 

From: <cf-dev@...> on behalf of Simon D Moser <smoser@...>
Reply to: "cf-dev@..." <cf-dev@...>
Date: Friday, 20. December 2019 at 20:57
To: "cf-dev@..." <cf-dev@...>
Cc: "cf-bosh@..." <cf-bosh@...>
Subject: Re: [cf-dev] [cf-bosh] Project Quarks CF Operator 1.0

 

way to go Quarks team! Awesome news!



From:        "Chris Clark" <cclark@...>
To:        cf-bosh@...
Cc:        "cf-dev@..." <cf-dev@...>
Date:        20/12/2019 18:57
Subject:        [EXTERNAL] Re: [cf-dev] [cf-bosh] Project Quarks CF Operator 1.0
Sent by:        cf-dev@...





Congrats Vlad and the rest of the Quarks team! That's great news.

On Fri, Dec 20, 2019 at 9:45 AM Vlad Iovanov <VIovanov@...> wrote:
Hello everyone,
 
On behalf of the Quarks team, I'd like to introduce Cloud Foundry Operator v1.0.0.
https://github.com/cloudfoundry-incubator/cf-operator/releases/tag/v1.0.0
 
This is our first stable release. Feedback is most welcome.
Please stay tuned for a corresponding Kube CF release.
 
Many thanks to everyone that's been testing and working with us to make this happen.
 
Beginning of next year, we’re planning to improve docs, publish some tutorials and use some of the new features in Kube CF.
 
Happy holidays!
 
Thanks,
The Quarks team
 
 


--
Chris Clark
Technical Operations Manager
Cloud Foundry Foundation


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Re: [cf-bosh] Project Quarks CF Operator 1.0

Krannich, Bernd
 

Congrats for releasing 1.0!

 

From: <cf-dev@...> on behalf of Simon D Moser <smoser@...>
Reply to: "cf-dev@..." <cf-dev@...>
Date: Friday, 20. December 2019 at 20:57
To: "cf-dev@..." <cf-dev@...>
Cc: "cf-bosh@..." <cf-bosh@...>
Subject: Re: [cf-dev] [cf-bosh] Project Quarks CF Operator 1.0

 

way to go Quarks team! Awesome news!



From:        "Chris Clark" <cclark@...>
To:        cf-bosh@...
Cc:        "cf-dev@..." <cf-dev@...>
Date:        20/12/2019 18:57
Subject:        [EXTERNAL] Re: [cf-dev] [cf-bosh] Project Quarks CF Operator 1.0
Sent by:        cf-dev@...





Congrats Vlad and the rest of the Quarks team! That's great news.

On Fri, Dec 20, 2019 at 9:45 AM Vlad Iovanov <VIovanov@...> wrote:
Hello everyone,
 
On behalf of the Quarks team, I'd like to introduce Cloud Foundry Operator v1.0.0.
https://github.com/cloudfoundry-incubator/cf-operator/releases/tag/v1.0.0
 
This is our first stable release. Feedback is most welcome.
Please stay tuned for a corresponding Kube CF release.
 
Many thanks to everyone that's been testing and working with us to make this happen.
 
Beginning of next year, we’re planning to improve docs, publish some tutorials and use some of the new features in Kube CF.
 
Happy holidays!
 
Thanks,
The Quarks team
 
 


--
Chris Clark
Technical Operations Manager
Cloud Foundry Foundation



Re: FW: From the Desk of the Executive Director - December 2019

Swarna Podila
 

And here’s a blog post to save the date!

https://www.cloudfoundry.org/blog/where-in-the-world-are-cloud-foundry-summits-2020/

 

As a reminder: the Cloud Foundry Foundation is closed for the holidays from Monday December 23 to Friday January 3.  We wish you all a restful, happy, healthy holiday time filled with love and peace.  Talk to you all in January!
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From: "cf-dev@..." <cf-dev@...> on behalf of "Swarna Podila via Lists.Cloudfoundry.Org" <spodila=cloudfoundry.org@...>
Reply-To: "cf-dev@..." <cf-dev@...>
Date: Monday, December 16, 2019 at 10:06 AM
To: cf-dev <cf-dev@...>, cf-bosh <cf-bosh@...>
Subject: [cf-dev] FW: From the Desk of the Executive Director - December 2019

 

Hi Everyone,

As Abby shared in the update from “Desk of the Executive Director” here, Cloud Foundry Summits in 2020 will be slightly different.

 

Cloud Foundry Summits in 2020 will be collocated with Open Source Summit in North America (Austin, TX in June) and Europe (Dublin, Ireland in October) and will be hosted as a one-day event at both of these locations.  The Summits will have breakout sessions, Diversity Luncheon, User Day, and Contributor Summit.  Please stay tuned for additional details (CFP, registration, sponsorship, unconference, etc.).

 

If your organization is a Cloud Foundry Foundation member, you can join the AMA call tomorrow (Dec 17 at 8AM US Pacific; see zoom info in Abby’s email below) and get any/all of your Summit-related question answered.  If you would like to submit a question prior to the call, please do so here.  We will make sure your question is answered.

 

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to us via email or slack.

-- ​Swarna Podila (she/her)

​Senior Director​, Community​ | Cloud Foundry Foundation

​spodila@...

@​skpodila​

You can read more about pronouns here, or please ask if you'd like to find out more.

 

 

From: "Abby Kearns, Executive Director Cloud Foundry" <akearns@...>
Reply-To: "Abby Kearns, Executive Director Cloud Foundry" <akearns@...>
Date: Monday, December 16, 2019 at 6:59 AM
To: "spodila@..." <spodila@...>
Subject: From the Desk of the Executive Director - December 2019

 

Foundation updates from Executive Director Abby Kearns

We’re ending one chapter and beginning another soon: 2020 is not just a new year but a new decade. The Foundation will be closed December 23rd through January 5th, so please reach out to me or our team if you need anything beforehand. I wish you the most pleasant holiday season.

Cloud Foundry Events in 2020
In 2020, we will be revamping our events strategy to ensure we continue to meet the needs of our community. We are purposely limiting the size and scope of our Summits to better serve contributors and end users with content tailored to their specific needs. 

Cloud Foundry Summits will be one-day events co-located with Open Source Summits in North America and Europe to provide visibility and engagement with broader open source communities, including the larger Linux universe. These more intimate events will enable our committed community of contributors and end users to get together to foster collaboration, share best practices, and have lively discussions.

In addition to Summits, we will rely on our strong member and end user community to host Cloud Foundry Days around the world. We encourage Cloud Foundry Day organizers to reach out to enterprise developers who are not yet Cloud Foundry users and facilitate more opportunities for connection within our global community. We will be supporting this effort by rolling out an updated CF Days Kit in early 2020 to your marketing teams.

Members Only!

  • Ask Me Anything: Our last AMA of 2019 is tomorrow, Tuesday, December 17th at 8:00 AM PST. Join my Zoom to discuss what the future holds for Cloud Foundry.

A Few Articles Worth Sharing

 

Happy Holidays to all of you and see you in 2020!
 

Abby Kearns

Executive Director | Cloud Foundry Foundation

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Re: [cf-bosh] Project Quarks CF Operator 1.0

Simon D Moser
 

way to go Quarks team! Awesome news!



From:        "Chris Clark" <cclark@...>
To:        cf-bosh@...
Cc:        "cf-dev@..." <cf-dev@...>
Date:        20/12/2019 18:57
Subject:        [EXTERNAL] Re: [cf-dev] [cf-bosh] Project Quarks CF Operator 1.0
Sent by:        cf-dev@...




Congrats Vlad and the rest of the Quarks team! That's great news.


On Fri, Dec 20, 2019 at 9:45 AM Vlad Iovanov <VIovanov@...> wrote:
Hello everyone,
 
On behalf of the Quarks team, I'd like to introduce Cloud Foundry Operator v1.0.0.
https://github.com/cloudfoundry-incubator/cf-operator/releases/tag/v1.0.0
 
This is our first stable release. Feedback is most welcome.
Please stay tuned for a corresponding Kube CF release.
 
Many thanks to everyone that's been testing and working with us to make this happen.
 
Beginning of next year, we’re planning to improve docs, publish some tutorials and use some of the new features in Kube CF.
 
Happy holidays!
 
Thanks,
The Quarks team
 
 


--
Chris Clark
Technical Operations Manager
Cloud Foundry Foundation




Re: [cf-bosh] Project Quarks CF Operator 1.0

Chris Clark
 

Congrats Vlad and the rest of the Quarks team! That's great news.


On Fri, Dec 20, 2019 at 9:45 AM Vlad Iovanov <VIovanov@...> wrote:

Hello everyone,

 

On behalf of the Quarks team, I'd like to introduce Cloud Foundry Operator v1.0.0.

https://github.com/cloudfoundry-incubator/cf-operator/releases/tag/v1.0.0

 

This is our first stable release. Feedback is most welcome.

Please stay tuned for a corresponding Kube CF release.

 

Many thanks to everyone that's been testing and working with us to make this happen.

 

Beginning of next year, we’re planning to improve docs, publish some tutorials and use some of the new features in Kube CF.

 

Happy holidays!

 

Thanks,

The Quarks team

 

 



--
Chris Clark
Technical Operations Manager
Cloud Foundry Foundation


Project Quarks CF Operator 1.0

Vlad Iovanov <VIovanov@...>
 

Hello everyone,

 

On behalf of the Quarks team, I'd like to introduce Cloud Foundry Operator v1.0.0.

https://github.com/cloudfoundry-incubator/cf-operator/releases/tag/v1.0.0

 

This is our first stable release. Feedback is most welcome.

Please stay tuned for a corresponding Kube CF release.

 

Many thanks to everyone that's been testing and working with us to make this happen.

 

Beginning of next year, we’re planning to improve docs, publish some tutorials and use some of the new features in Kube CF.

 

Happy holidays!

 

Thanks,

The Quarks team

 

 


Re: KubeCF and Quarks – status and plans #cf

Dr Nic Williams <drnicwilliams@...>
 

And if you’re looking for some new video content on Quarks, we did a webinar recently which was recorded for your educational pleasure.


Nic
--
Dr Nic Williams
Stark & Wayne LLC
+61 437 276 076
twitter @drnic


Re: KubeCF and Quarks – status and plans #cf

Dr Nic Williams <drnicwilliams@...>
 

If anyone is looking for a small example of a BOSH release with a Helm chart for Quarks deployment and README docs, I’ve got an example at:





On Thu, 19 Dec 2019 at 9:59 am, Troy Topnik <troy.topnik@...> wrote:
KubeCF (formerly the v3 branch of SUSE/scf) produces builds of CFAR which can be deployed to Kubernetes with Helm and managed by the cf-operator. Though this is currently in the SUSE namespace, the plan is to make this an upstream project under the Runtime PMC.  
 
KubeCF releases are passing CATS and we are on track for a 0.1.0 release of KubeCF this month, after which SUSE will transferring this repo to Cloud Foundry Foundation control.  
 
In other words, the Cloud Foundry *community* now has a CFAR distribution for Kubernetes that closely tracks cf-deployment.  
 
It exists. You can use it. If you work on a Runtime PMC project, KubeCF already consumes your BOSH release and packages it for Kubernetes.  
 
There has been a lot of discussion in the Kubernetes SIG meetings about how component teams should ultimately build truly "Kube-native" CFAR components which would not rely on BOSH or cf-operator.  Some teams have already started to refactor or rewrite their CFAR components to deliver Kubernetes artifacts (containers with Kubernetes YAML, YTT templates, or Helm charts).  
 
You don't have to do this in isolation! The members of the Quarks team have years of experience packaging CFAR for Kubernetes. They can be a great resource when making design decisions for your project, and are open to working with you. 
 
Though we want to ensure teams have a certain amount of freedom to create their releases with the tools of their choosing, these releases must eventually come together in a cohesive CFAR release that is deployable and manageable with tools familiar to the Kubernetes community. Right now, we use BOSH releases as the contract between individual components and cf-deployment releases. With KubeCF, you can optionally substitute Helm charts for BOSH releases, but this could be extended to support Kubernetes YAML or other templating mechanisms.  
 
So, if you're working on Kube-ifying your piece of CFAR, get in touch with the Quarks team on #quarks-dev and let them know how they can help, or how you could help! 
 
Thanks! 
 
SUSE Cloud Foundry Team 

--
Dr Nic Williams
Stark & Wayne LLC
+61 437 276 076
twitter @drnic


Re: KubeCF and Quarks – status and plans #cf

Michael Maximilien
 

This is fantastic news,Troy and team. Thanks for sharing.

Ill contact you to see if a CAB presentation makes sense. Especially if a brief demo showing ease of deployment could be shown.

Slack you soon. Best,

Max


On Wed, Dec 18, 2019, 3:59 PM Troy Topnik <troy.topnik@...> wrote:
KubeCF (formerly the v3 branch of SUSE/scf) produces builds of CFAR which can be deployed to Kubernetes with Helm and managed by the cf-operator. Though this is currently in the SUSE namespace, the plan is to make this an upstream project under the Runtime PMC.  
 
KubeCF releases are passing CATS and we are on track for a 0.1.0 release of KubeCF this month, after which SUSE will transferring this repo to Cloud Foundry Foundation control.  
 
In other words, the Cloud Foundry *community* now has a CFAR distribution for Kubernetes that closely tracks cf-deployment.  
 
It exists. You can use it. If you work on a Runtime PMC project, KubeCF already consumes your BOSH release and packages it for Kubernetes.  
 
There has been a lot of discussion in the Kubernetes SIG meetings about how component teams should ultimately build truly "Kube-native" CFAR components which would not rely on BOSH or cf-operator.  Some teams have already started to refactor or rewrite their CFAR components to deliver Kubernetes artifacts (containers with Kubernetes YAML, YTT templates, or Helm charts).  
 
You don't have to do this in isolation! The members of the Quarks team have years of experience packaging CFAR for Kubernetes. They can be a great resource when making design decisions for your project, and are open to working with you. 
 
Though we want to ensure teams have a certain amount of freedom to create their releases with the tools of their choosing, these releases must eventually come together in a cohesive CFAR release that is deployable and manageable with tools familiar to the Kubernetes community. Right now, we use BOSH releases as the contract between individual components and cf-deployment releases. With KubeCF, you can optionally substitute Helm charts for BOSH releases, but this could be extended to support Kubernetes YAML or other templating mechanisms.  
 
So, if you're working on Kube-ifying your piece of CFAR, get in touch with the Quarks team on #quarks-dev and let them know how they can help, or how you could help! 
 
Thanks! 
 
SUSE Cloud Foundry Team 


KubeCF and Quarks – status and plans #cf

Troy Topnik
 

KubeCF (formerly the v3 branch of SUSE/scf) produces builds of CFAR which can be deployed to Kubernetes with Helm and managed by the cf-operator. Though this is currently in the SUSE namespace, the plan is to make this an upstream project under the Runtime PMC.  
 
KubeCF releases are passing CATS and we are on track for a 0.1.0 release of KubeCF this month, after which SUSE will transferring this repo to Cloud Foundry Foundation control.  
 
In other words, the Cloud Foundry *community* now has a CFAR distribution for Kubernetes that closely tracks cf-deployment.  
 
It exists. You can use it. If you work on a Runtime PMC project, KubeCF already consumes your BOSH release and packages it for Kubernetes.  
 
There has been a lot of discussion in the Kubernetes SIG meetings about how component teams should ultimately build truly "Kube-native" CFAR components which would not rely on BOSH or cf-operator.  Some teams have already started to refactor or rewrite their CFAR components to deliver Kubernetes artifacts (containers with Kubernetes YAML, YTT templates, or Helm charts).  
 
You don't have to do this in isolation! The members of the Quarks team have years of experience packaging CFAR for Kubernetes. They can be a great resource when making design decisions for your project, and are open to working with you. 
 
Though we want to ensure teams have a certain amount of freedom to create their releases with the tools of their choosing, these releases must eventually come together in a cohesive CFAR release that is deployable and manageable with tools familiar to the Kubernetes community. Right now, we use BOSH releases as the contract between individual components and cf-deployment releases. With KubeCF, you can optionally substitute Helm charts for BOSH releases, but this could be extended to support Kubernetes YAML or other templating mechanisms.  
 
So, if you're working on Kube-ifying your piece of CFAR, get in touch with the Quarks team on #quarks-dev and let them know how they can help, or how you could help! 
 
Thanks! 
 
SUSE Cloud Foundry Team 


FW: From the Desk of the Executive Director - December 2019

Swarna Podila
 

Hi Everyone,

As Abby shared in the update from “Desk of the Executive Director” here, Cloud Foundry Summits in 2020 will be slightly different.

 

Cloud Foundry Summits in 2020 will be collocated with Open Source Summit in North America (Austin, TX in June) and Europe (Dublin, Ireland in October) and will be hosted as a one-day event at both of these locations.  The Summits will have breakout sessions, Diversity Luncheon, User Day, and Contributor Summit.  Please stay tuned for additional details (CFP, registration, sponsorship, unconference, etc.).

 

If your organization is a Cloud Foundry Foundation member, you can join the AMA call tomorrow (Dec 17 at 8AM US Pacific; see zoom info in Abby’s email below) and get any/all of your Summit-related question answered.  If you would like to submit a question prior to the call, please do so here.  We will make sure your question is answered.

 

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to us via email or slack.

-- ​Swarna Podila (she/her)

​Senior Director​, Community​ | Cloud Foundry Foundation

​spodila@...

@​skpodila​

You can read more about pronouns here, or please ask if you'd like to find out more.

 

 

From: "Abby Kearns, Executive Director Cloud Foundry" <akearns@...>
Reply-To: "Abby Kearns, Executive Director Cloud Foundry" <akearns@...>
Date: Monday, December 16, 2019 at 6:59 AM
To: "spodila@..." <spodila@...>
Subject: From the Desk of the Executive Director - December 2019

 

Foundation updates from Executive Director Abby Kearns

We’re ending one chapter and beginning another soon: 2020 is not just a new year but a new decade. The Foundation will be closed December 23rd through January 5th, so please reach out to me or our team if you need anything beforehand. I wish you the most pleasant holiday season.

Cloud Foundry Events in 2020
In 2020, we will be revamping our events strategy to ensure we continue to meet the needs of our community. We are purposely limiting the size and scope of our Summits to better serve contributors and end users with content tailored to their specific needs. 

Cloud Foundry Summits will be one-day events co-located with Open Source Summits in North America and Europe to provide visibility and engagement with broader open source communities, including the larger Linux universe. These more intimate events will enable our committed community of contributors and end users to get together to foster collaboration, share best practices, and have lively discussions.

In addition to Summits, we will rely on our strong member and end user community to host Cloud Foundry Days around the world. We encourage Cloud Foundry Day organizers to reach out to enterprise developers who are not yet Cloud Foundry users and facilitate more opportunities for connection within our global community. We will be supporting this effort by rolling out an updated CF Days Kit in early 2020 to your marketing teams.

Members Only!

  • Ask Me Anything: Our last AMA of 2019 is tomorrow, Tuesday, December 17th at 8:00 AM PST. Join my Zoom to discuss what the future holds for Cloud Foundry.

A Few Articles Worth Sharing

 

Happy Holidays to all of you and see you in 2020!
 

Abby Kearns

Executive Director | Cloud Foundry Foundation

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[Proposal] CAPI V3 Service Offerings and Service Plans

George Blue
 

Hello everyone,

The Services API Team has been working on a model for the Cloud Controller V3 API for service offerings and service plans.
You can view the proposals here:


We are seeking feedback over the next month from the community to help us finalize this proposal and move forward with implementation in the New Year.

We are looking forward to your comments! You can contact us by replying to this email, via mail to cf-services-api@... or in our cloud foundry slack channel #svat 

Best regards
George and Marcela
On Behalf of the Services API Team


CF CAB 2019 Survey

Michael Maximilien
 

Hi, all,
 
Please spare 5 minutes (might be even less) to take this 4 questions survey to help shape Cloud Foundry and the Community Advisory Board (CAB) calls and organization in 2020.
 
 
 
I plan to close this on January 14th and present the results at the January 15th CAB call.
 
Thanks for your time. Best,

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ibm ☁ 
silicon valley, ca
maximilien.org


CAB call for December 2019 - CANCELED

Michael Maximilien
 

Hi, all,
 
As per discussions in last CAB call, we are canceling the last one of the year (scheduled next week) since it's so close to the year end holidays. We will reconvene on January 15th where we have one scheduled talk:
 
1. CF Smoke Tests by Onno Brouwer of Rijkswaterstaat [1][2][3]
 
-----
If you have a talk to share then please contact me ASAP (here or Slack).
 
I will also be sending (separate email next week) the survey for 2019. Please look out for this.
 
All the best,


CFP tracker and #jobs on CF Slack #jobs

Swarna Podila
 

Hi Everyone, please note:

  1. I’ve shared a spreadsheet on CF Slack with a list of tech conferences, dates, and CFP deadlines, etc. I’ll be adding more to the list as I learn about other conferences; so please check in often. I’ve pinned the post to the slack channel so folks can find it easily.
  2. Please do check the posts/updates in #jobs channel in CF Slack; whether for yourself or for a friend.  And please feel free to share those in your social networks.

 

Thank you!

-- ​Swarna Podila (she/her)

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Re: [EXTERNAL MESSAGE] Re: [cf-dev] Using SAML 2 Bearer token with our own UAA Server #uaa

Shetty, Viraj S [CTR]
 

Thanks.

The SAML assertion generated by ADFS contains "https://<HIDDEN>/saml/SSO/alias/cloudfoundry-saml-login-dev" while the bearer assertion in the metadata file is https://<HIDDEN>/oauth/token/alias/cloudfoundry-saml-login-dev (this is what i am using to post). 

This raises another question. In a general case, lets say Application A is an on-prem application which is already SAML authenticated with internal ADFS Server using a Relying Party R. Web Service W (OAuth Resource Server) is located in cloud.gov and is a client for UAA in cloud.gov. The UAA in cloud.gov has a trust with the same internal ADFS, however the Relying Party is different (That would be the most likely scenario). In this case, the SAML assertion will contain the recipient field pointing to application A (and will not point to UAA). How would this even work ? Sounds like the assertion would be rejected by the UAA if we pass to UAA to get oauth token. 


Re: [EXTERNAL MESSAGE] Re: [cf-dev] Using SAML 2 Bearer token with our own UAA Server #uaa

Filip Hanik
 

probably https:// and not http://


Re: [EXTERNAL MESSAGE] Re: [cf-dev] Using SAML 2 Bearer token with our own UAA Server #uaa

Filip Hanik
 

See that the recipient matches with https://<HIDDEN>/saml/SSO/alias/cloudfoundry-saml-login-dev but I think the Binding does not match (in the code I am not sure what binding is matched to. Is it Method ?) .

It's been a while since I dug into that code, but I think the Recipient should match the URL you're posting the message to, which is:

http://<host>/uaa/oauth/token/alias/cloudfoundry-saml-login-dev

Filip

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