- Data Services
Managed Data Services in Cloud Foundry
Cloud Foundry distinguishes stateless containers from stateful services. Thereby it is made for applications with microservice architectures. Apart from facilitating application deployment drastically, Cloud Foundry offers persistent services directly on its marketplace. These services can be databases, message queues and other third-party services that are needed to persist the data that is processed within your application. With Cloud Foundry you can easily provision service resources and bind them to your applications.
How to create a Service in Cloud Foundry
You provision your services via the Cloud Foundry CLI. All services are made available on the Cloud Foundry Marketplace. Creating a service instance just takes a couple of seconds and a single command. Likewise you can bind a service instance to your applications easily using connection strings.
We offer these Service Plans in Cloud Foundry
Our services are offered in different plans, varying from shared plans (S plans) and dedicated instances (M, L) to dedicated service clusters (on demand). This enables you to fulfill different high availability requirements.
Our Data Services, managed and hosted in Europe
Our Cloud-Ops team runs and manages the services in our cloud locations to make sure your data is safely stored within Europe and protected by European privacy regulations. We also offer a Backup Service that enables you to create backup plans for automated cross-location backups.
Currently we offer the following services:
Our Cloud Foundry Data Services in detail
MongoDB is a document-oriented open-source NoSQL database. It stores data in JSON format and ensures flexibility as fields may change over time. This enables you to easily adapt to new requirements. MongoDB offers strong performance for ad-hoc queries, indexing and data aggregation.
PostgreSQL is a high-performing adaptable object-oriented open-source data base. It enables you to easily scale and can be used with multiple programming languages. With its JSON support it combines the best of the SQL and NoSQL world of databases.
RabbitMQ is an open-source message broker that asynchronously processes messages between apps and databases.
More services are on their way. We will shortly introduce Redis, CouchDB, Neo4j and Kafka.
Are you looking for a service that we haven’t mentioned yet? Let us know. We will take it into consideration for further development.
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Here is our Step-by-Step Guide to deploying your first app to Cloud Foundry.
Your registration is free. You have a free trial period of one month. After the first month, you will only be billed for the resources you use.
If you do not deploy resources, there will be no charges to your account.