A question came up on how to end an UrbanCode Deploy application process quickly when any one of many component processes executing in parallel fails.
“O! be some other name:
What’s in a name? that which we call a rose
by any other name would smell as sweet”
From one of my favourite plays, rendered in somewhat recent times in superb fashion IMHO, by one of my favourite directors (a fellow Aussie and New South Welshman by the way:-).
The naming gods must have finally read “Connecting UrbanCode Deploy with Patterns to OpenStack” and decided the UrbanCode Deploy with Paterns (UCDP/UCDwP/UCD+P..) name is indeed a mouthful. Mouthful or not, Eric Minick provides a bit more detail on UCDwP becoming part of UrbanCode Deploy with the 6.1.2 version in his post . Problem solved indeed and does make perfect sense as I’ve been finding when showing UCDwP to customers moving into the cloud over the past year or so. For simplicity I’m just going to call the cloud blueprint capability the “Designer”.