Spring Cloud for Cloudfoundry makes it easy to run Spring Cloud apps in Cloud Foundry (the Platform as a Service). Cloud Foundry has the notion of a "service", which is middlware that you "bind" to an app, essentially providing it with an environment variable containing credentials (e.g. the location and username to use for the service).
spring-cloud-cloudfoundry-commons module configures the
Reactor-based Cloud Foundry Java client, v 3.0, and can be used standalone.
spring-cloud-cloudfoundry-web project provides basic support for
some enhanced features of webapps in Cloud Foundry: binding
automatically to single-sign-on services and optionally enabling
sticky routing for discovery.
spring-cloud-cloudfoundry-discovery project provides an
implementation of Spring Cloud Commons
DiscoveryClient so you can
@EnableDiscoveryClient and provide your credentials as
*.url if you are not connecting to Pivotal Web Services) and then you
can use the
DiscoveryClient directly or via a
The first time you use it the discovery client might be slow owing to the fact that it has to get an access token from Cloud Foundry.