The previous post talked about the FIWARE project in general. This post will describe how to setup a virtual machine using Docker.
The FIWARE technical ecosystems (consisting eg. of the FIWARE Lab and Cloud) has little to offer on backend storage facilities. Thankfully, as being based on OpenStack, a developer should be fairly free to to set up anything up to the hearts content, as long as it fits into a virtual machine. Given that FIWARE supports Docker, I choose to go that route.
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FIWARE is a roughly 400 Million EURO EU-funded project to kick off an European cloud infrastructure and ecosystem. Wait, 400 Million Euros? That raised legit questions in me how my tax money is used, what is available and what not, what works and what is more shiny rather than useful.
I have a firm interest in Open Data and given my technical background, from time to time, I seek technical challenges. As Austria released their address data (including ZIP codes) as public sector information this kicked-off my challenge to import these data sets into a public cloud, to inspect them, and think about use cases. Continue reading “Getting go with FIWARE”