Solution architect’s guide to IBM Cloud Pak for Applications
Incorporate your standards
|101||Cloud-native development grows up||Blog|
|201||Approach to customizing Appsody||Article|
|301||Create a new Appsody template||Tutorial|
|301||Customize an existing Appsody stack||Tutorial|
|401||Create your own Appsody stack||Tutorial|
Solution architects can ensure their company's technology standards and policies are included in applications built using Appsody stacks. Essentially, stacks are container images that are designed, built, and published by an application architect, which application developers can then pull into local registries and into the deployment pipeline upon code deliveries.
Use the following resources to understand how to design, build, modify, and deploy Appsody stacks.
- Blog Post
In this blog post, we introduce you to new cloud-native products and open source projects from IBM — IBM Cloud Pak for Applications, Kabanero, Appsody, and Codewind — that simplify your journey to the cloud.
This article gives you a quick introduction to Appsody repositories, stacks, and templates and helps you determine when to create a new stack, when to modify a stack, and when to use or modify a template.
In this tutorial, follow the steps to learn how to create a custom Appsody template.
This tutorial walks you through the steps to modify an existing Appsody stack to suit your needs. Learn what to do, as a stack architect, to allow application developers to run, build, and deploy applications based on your stack.
This tutorial walks you through the steps to create a brand new Appsody stack. Learn what to do, as a stack architect, to allow application developers to run, build, and deploy applications based on your stack.