Habitat 0.55.0 Released

We are happy to announce the release of Habitat 0.55.0. We have a number of new features as well as bug fixes, so please read on for all the details. If you just want the binaries, head on over to Install Habitat. Thanks again for using Habitat!

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  • person iconElliott Davis
  • calendar iconMar 21, 2018

Exporting Docker Images for Cloud Foundry with Habitat

With Habitat, it's easy to package and export your applications to any environment, and Cloud Foundry is no exception. Our friends over at Stark & Wayne set up a quick demo to just how easy it can be!

Set up Habitat

First, clone the example Node...

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  • person iconGarrett Amini
  • calendar iconMar 9, 2018

Introducing Habitat Personal Access Tokens

What are Habitat tokens?

With a recent revision of the Habitat builder site, some brand new functionality has now become available for Habitat users.

Currently, when you are using the Habitat client for operations that require you to be authenticated...

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  • person iconSalim Alam
  • calendar iconMar 6, 2018

Habitat and Helm!

As of Habitat 0.54.0, you can export your Habitat built applications into Helm!

Helm is an open source package manager for Kubernetes that is maintained by the CNCF. It allows you to define, install, and upgrade even very complex Kubernetes applications...

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  • person iconTasha Drew
  • calendar iconFeb 21, 2018

Habitat 0.54.0 Released

Habitat 0.54.0 Release Notes

We are happy to announce the release of Habitat 0.54.0. We have a number of new features as well as bug fixes, so please read on for all the details. If you just want the binaries, head on over to Install Habitat. Thanks...

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  • person iconTasha Drew
  • calendar iconFeb 20, 2018

Packaging Source that Needs a Patch

Habitat packages modern frameworks and legacy applications. In either case, dependencies within your application may bring you in contact with a legacy, lower level library that is not already packaged by someone else in the Habitat community.

An...

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  • person iconFranklin Webber
  • calendar iconFeb 17, 2018

Habitat Can Now Run in OpenShift

With the 0.53.0 release of Habitat, we're happy to announce that users can now run their Habitat-exported Docker containers on the OpenShift platform! In this post we'll show you what you need to do to run your own apps in OpenShift, as well as what...

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  • person iconChristopher Maier
  • calendar iconFeb 7, 2018

Habitat 0.53.0 Released!

We are happy to announce the release of Habitat 0.53.0. We have a number of new features as well as bug fixes, so please read on for all the details. If you just want the binaries, head on over to our https://www.habitat.sh/docs/using-habitat/#install...

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  • person iconTasha Drew
  • calendar iconFeb 5, 2018

Getting Started with Node & Habitat

One of the most exciting things about Habitat is how it can empower Node developers to be able to build and manage their own deployments. To that end, we will be focusing in part for the next several months on organizing and refreshing our documentation...

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  • person iconGarrett Amini
  • calendar iconJan 16, 2018

A Plan for Microsoft SQL Server

If you develop or support applications on Windows, chances are that you have crossed paths or even worked deeply with Microsoft's SQL Server database. In the 14 years I spent as a .Net developer, its by far the database I worked with most extensively...

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  • person iconMatt Wrock
  • calendar iconJan 3, 2018