Run Pivotal Cloud Foundry on Azure
Accelerate your digital transformation. Streamline application development cycles, and build and operate cloud-native, enterprise Java apps with a comprehensive, continuous-delivery platform.Getting started
Build and deploy cloud-native applications
A cloud-native platform based on open-source technology, Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) enables you to deliver new experiences to your customers, rapidly and repeatedly. Use any language or runtime, and leverage various backing services (such as MySQL, RabbitMQ and Redis) to defer much of the operational complexity to the platform.
Speed time to value
Launch new features in minutes, not weeks. With first-class support for Spring – the premier Java application framework, you can combine PCF with Spring, Spring Cloud and Spring Boot to accelerate time to value for your enterprise apps. PCF also supports Node.js, Ruby, PHP, Go, .NET, and many others.
Why Pivotal Cloud Foundry on Azure?
More regions, more flexibility
Choose the right site for your PCF deployments to ensure proximity to users. Azure has more regions than other public cloud providers, and gives you more flexibility for data sovereignty and other regulatory scenarios.
The Azure Service Broker exposes Azure services such as Storage, Azure SQL Database, Service Bus, DocumentDB and Redis Cache natively through PCF, so your cloud-native apps benefit from Azure’s unique capabilities.
Integrated support, deep partnership
Get seamless support for your enterprise, because Microsoft and Pivotal have integrated support teams and workflows, along with joint engineering teams.
Enable stronger DevOps
Extend your PCF deployment with native Azure services. Offer your developers a production-ready, application-container runtime and fully-automated service deployments. Meanwhile, operations teams sleep easier with the visibility and control of platform-enforced policies and automated life cycle management.
- What is available today?
PCF can be deployed and operated by customers in any Azure region. Also, the PCF Operations Manager is available to run on top of Azure. With PCF, customers can build and run microservices using Java, Node.js and other popular frameworks. The Azure Service Broker connects applications running on PCF to native Azure services, such as Blob Storage, Redis Cache, DocumentDB, Service Bus and SQL Database.
- Who should consider Pivotal Cloud Foundry?
Evaluate Pivotal Cloud Foundry for your enterprise if you:
- Want to transform your business with cloud-native applications and new digital products/services
- Require an enterprise development and operations platform that can run in hybrid or multi-cloud environments
- Are looking for a microservices, container-based platform that enables continuous delivery and faster time to market
- Already use Java/Spring to deploy 12-factor app concepts and microservices
- Want to upgrade from monolithic middleware architectures in favour of cloud-native patterns
- How can Microsoft and Pivotal help me get started?
Microsoft and Pivotal have a joint go-to-market strategy that includes worldwide sales teams and an integrated support workflow, accessible as a portal experience. Account representatives from both Pivotal and Microsoft now have access to new materials in the Microsoft ISV App Catalogue to help you get started. If you have any questions, contact the partnership team at email@example.com.