Course Outline

cf Command Line Interface

  • Installing the cf Command Line Interface
  • Getting Started with the cf CLI
  • Using the cf CLI with an HTTP Proxy Server
  • Using the cf CLI with a Self-Signed Certificate
  • Using cf CLI Plugins
  • Developing cf CLI Plugins
  • About Starting Applications

Develop and Manage Applications

  • Considerations for Designing and Running an Application in the Cloud
  • Deploy an Application
  • Deploying a Large Application
  • Deploying with Application Manifests
  • Scaling an Application Using cf scale
  • Routes and Domains
  • Stacks
  • Cloud Foundry Environment Variables
  • Using Blue-Green Deployment to Reduce Downtime and Risk
  • Application Logging in Cloud Foundry
  • Troubleshooting Application Deployment and Health
  • Application SSH Overview
  • Accessing Apps with SSH
  • Accessing Services with SSH
  • Identifying your Cloud Foundry API Endpoint and Version

Cloud Foundry Concepts

  • Cloud Foundry Overview
  • Cloud Foundry Components
  • Diego Architecture
  • Differences Between DEA and Diego Architectures
  • How Diego Allocates Work
  • Four Levels of High Availability
  • How Applications are Staged
  • Understanding Diego SSH
  • Scaling Cloud Foundry
  • Orgs, Spaces, Roles, and Permissions
  • Cloud Foundry Security
  • Using Docker in Cloud Foundry

Integrating Service Instances with Applications

  • Services Overview
  • Delivering Service Credentials to an Application
  • Managing Service Instances with the CLI
  • Managing Service Keys
  • User-Provided Service Instances
  • Manage Application Requests with Route Services
  • Configuring Play Framework Service Connections
  • Migrating a Database in Cloud Foundry
  • Using Third-Party Log Management Services
  • Service-Specific Instructions for Streaming Application Logs
  • Integrating Cloud Foundry with Splunk

Custom Services

  • Custom Services
  • Overview
  • Service Broker API
  • Managing Service Brokers
  • Access Control
  • Catalog Metadata
  • Dashboard Single Sign-On
  • Example Service Brokers
  • Binding Credentials
  • Application Log Streaming
  • Route Services
  • Supporting Multiple Cloud Foundry Instances



  • Buildpacks
  • Buildpack Detection
  • Custom Buildpacks
  • Packaging Dependencies for Offline Buildpacks
  • Configuring a Production Server



Knowledge of one of the following:

  • Java
  • Node JS
  • Ruby

Each participant must also have an Amazon AWS account, with the limit on the number of running instances increased to at least 35, and with at least 500 USD on it.

 35 Hours

Number of participants

Price per participant

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