|Written in||Ruby, Go|
|License||Apache License 2.0|
Cloud Foundry is an open source cloud computing platform as a service (PaaS) developed by VMware. Cloud Foundry is part of Pivotal Software, an independent initiative funded by VMware and EMC Corporation. It is primarily written in Ruby and Go.
The following services are available on the hosted run.pivotal.io platform, with other Cloud Foundry-based PaaS providers and the Open Source codebase offering additional databases and other service integrations.
|MySQL||The open source relational database|
|vFabric Postgres||Relational database based on PostgreSQL|
|MongoDB||The scalable, open, document-based database|
|Redis||The open key-value data structure server|
|RabbitMQ||Reliable, scalable, and portable messaging for applications|
The source code is under an Apache 2.0 license, and contributions are governed by the VMware contributors' license for individuals and corporations. These licenses grant both copyright and patent access and protection to the VMware Corporation, which is the same model that VMware has followed with the Spring Framework from SpringSource, which VMware acquired in 2009.
|Java||Java 6, Java 7, Java 8||Spring Framework 3.x, 4.x|
|Ruby||Ruby 1.8, Ruby 1.9, Ruby 2.0||Rails, Sinatra|
|Scala||Play 2.0, Lift|
It is possible to run Cloud Foundry instances in VMware Fusion, Virtualbox, and AWS.
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