Nearly all applications running on Pivotal Cloud Foundry® require a SQL database or require a NoSQL/JSON database. The best open source database for both use cases is PostgreSQL.

The Dingo PostgreSQL™ tile brings highly-available, disaster recoverable PostgreSQL clusters to everyone in your organization. New staff on their first day will find it simple to get started. Each service instance is a dedicated database cluster with support for custom extensions, and other superuser-only features.

General Information

Dingo PostgreSQL™ users can create new highly-available PostgreSQL clusters in seconds, and run production applications on Pivotal Cloud Foundry® to access it.

Operations

Guides to installation and operations/administration.

Most applications running on Pivotal Cloud Foundry® require somewhere to upload & retrieve files/objects/blobs. It is an anti-pattern to use a shared file system; and as such Pivotal Cloud Foundry® installations do not offer one. Instead, it is best to offer a bucket service/blob store/object store.

Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), provides developers and IT teams with secure, durable, highly-scalable object storage.

The Dingo S3™ tile offers a bucket/blob/object store service to applications, backed by the legendary Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3). Amazon S3 provides developers and IT teams with secure, durable, highly-scalable object storage.

General Information

Dingo S3™ users can create new Amazon S3 buckets instantly and access the buckets using any Amazon S3 library from their Pivotal Cloud Foundry® applications.

Developers

Use cf commands to create, bind, revoke and destroy buckets from any application.

Operations

Guides to installation and operations/administration.