About Pivotal Cloud Foundry

Pivotal Cloud Foundry provides a platform that builds on the lessons learned by cloud native companies like Netflix and Amazon. Rather than dealing with infrastructure primitives such as VMs and containers, developers focus on the code and are decoupled from the specifics of the underlying platform. This enables you to build production-ready prototypes that get your ideas out to market quickly and reliably. The platform makes it easy to deploy and operate your software, with high availability, scalability and security.

Infrastructure Agnostic

  • Run Pivotal Cloud Foundry in the cloud or in your data centre with multiple IaaS providers including AWS, Azure, Google, VMWare and OpenStack
  • Cloud Foundry abstracts your assets away from your underlying infrastructure avoiding lock-in and providing platform portability

Multiple Language Support

  • Applications and services can be developed in different languages with support for Java, NodeJS, PHP, Python, .NET, Go and Ruby. To benefit the most from the platform, applications should follow the cloud native, 12-factor application principles

Operational Control

  • Operations teams can sleep easier with the automated failover and recovery, four levels of high-availability, scaling, zero-downtime deployments, centralised logging and ease of security patching and platform upgrades

Services Marketplace

  • Provide your team with self-service capability to middleware, databases, monitoring, analytics or custom services which are pre-configured for easy and secure operation

Pivotal Web Services

  • Pivotal Web Services is a hosted version of Cloud Foundry that gets you up and running quickly. It’s a great way to get started and also lets you scale up to production workloads

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Latest news about Pivotal Cloud Foundry

5 April 2017

Welcome .NET! Native Windows Server Support in Pivotal Cloud Foundry 1.10 Plus More Azure Goodness

When it comes to choice of programming languages, most large companies are actually “Polyglot”; using a range of technologies and languages including both Java and .NET to build enterprise applications.

How they arrived at this state, the ratio of the two and their function, is as varied and unique as your fingerprint. However, this mixed mode is the reality for most enterprises. Read more

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