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Some Bluemix dedicated questions

This is in relation to Bluemix Dedicated.

1) Is it possible to enable Docker support for Cloud Foundry apps? ($ bluemix cf enable-feature-flag diego_docker). If this is not possible, can you enable  Bluemix Kubernetes Service catalog item so we can deploy Docker apps?

2) The Catalog offering is very limited, we require persistent storage for our Cloud Foundry apps, can you enable the File Storage catalog item?

3) Can you add cflinuxfs3 stack to Cloud Foundry? cflinuxfs2 is going to be deprecated and has outdated system libraries.

 

Thanks in advance

  • Guest
  • Nov 5 2018
  • Guest commented
    17 Nov, 2018 01:28am

    Thank you for your comments and request.

    Rather than building up the catalog of IBM Cloud Dedicated, we are working hard to build isolation capabilities in our vast catalog of services so that secure instances can be provisioned from our Global Cloud catalog. One example of such a service is our new Cloud Foundry Enterprise Environment service. While I cannot comment to specific features at this time with this service, we will be looking selectively at bringing features like Docker support and updated stacks to this offering rather than in IBM Cloud Dedicated. Please stay tuned.

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