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learn Pivotal Cloud Foundry
- PCF on your Local Workstation with PCF Dev tutorial
- Cloud Foundry Documentation
- Why Yes, Cloud Foundry IS Like Your Own Heroku!
README.md in subdirectories of apps/
- stacks is a prebuilt root file system (rootfs) that supports a specific operating system
e.g. cflinuxfs3: The Linux cflinuxfs3 stack is derived from Ubuntu Bionic 18.04.
- uses buildpacks to support different languages/run-times (based on heroku buildpack scheme). buildpacks are layered on top of stacks
- supports Deploy an App with Docker
- Restaging your app stops your app and restages it, by compiling a new droplet and starting it.
- Task: A task is an app or script whose code is included as part of a deployed app, but runs independently in its own container.
cf cli session
cf help # install PCF Dev <https://pivotal.io/pcf-dev> ./pcfdev-v0.30.0+PCF1.11.0-osx # start environment (VM, etc). takes ~5 mins. cf dev start # To begin using PCF Dev, please run: # cf login -a https://api.local.pcfdev.io --skip-ssl-validation # Apps Manager URL: https://apps.local.pcfdev.io # Admin user => Email: admin / Password: admin # Regular user => Email: user / Password: pass cf login -a https://api.local.pcfdev.io --skip-ssl-validation # web UI open https://apps.local.pcfdev.io # login: admin/admin cd ~/dev # fetch sample git clone https://github.com/cloudfoundry-samples/spring-music cd spring-music # build ./gradlew assemble # deploy app cf push --hostname spring-music # show logs cf logs spring-music --recent # stream logs cf logs spring-music # view app resources cf app spring-music # show app ENV cf env spring-music # run a task (simple `ls`) cf run-task spring-music "ls" --name my-task # view task output cf logs spring-music --recent # list tasks for an app (running, failed, succeeded) cf tasks spring-music # cancel a task cf terminate-task spring-music TASK-ID # stop app cf stop spring-music # show routes cf routes # stop environment (VMs, etc.) cf dev stop