Microsoft Azure Service Broker for Pivotal Cloud Foundry

Add Azure Services to Apps Running on Pivotal Cloud Foundry

Azure Service Broker extends Pivotal Cloud Foundry with Azure-managed services that can be consumed by applications. It exposes services in the Services Marketplace, manages the provisioning and de-provisioning of service instances, and provides credentials for an application to consume the resource.

Easily Bind Azure Services to Your Apps

The Azure Service Broker for Pivotal Cloud Foundry allows access to several of Azure cloud products. This makes it easy to consume these services natively with Pivotal Cloud Foundry. Developers can create resources with one CF CLI command.

Operator Control of Service Plans

Operators can select pre-defined service plans for each Azure product. This ensures easy, frictionless access for developers.

Use Data and Event-Processing Services

The Azure Service Broker for Pivotal Cloud Foundry includes many of Azure’s most popular data services like Cosmos DB, and SQL Database. Built event-driven architectures on Pivotal Cloud Foundry with Azure Event Hubs.

Microsoft Azure Overview

Microsoft Azure is a growing collection of integrated cloud services—analytics, computing, database, mobile, networking, storage, and web—for moving faster, achieving more, and saving money. Azure is an open and flexible cloud service platform that supports the same technologies millions of developers and IT professionals already rely on and trust.

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Integration Features

Option to broker a connection to a service running external to Pivotal Cloud Foundry.

Option to create and destroy the service instance on demand as required.

The service is documented with instructions for setup and operation.


How it Works

The Azure Service Broker extends Pivotal Cloud Foundry with Azure-managed services that can be consumed by applications. It exposes services in the Marketplace, manages the provisioning and de-provisioning of service instances, and provides credentials for an application to consume the resource.

Azure Service Broker currently supports the following Azure services:

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