A typical Cloud Foundry deployment, commonly referred to as a Cloud Foundry foundation, can be demanding on the infrastructure it needs to run on. Cloud Foundry requires a significant set of resources from the underlying Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) it is deployed on, for example, vSphere, AWS, Azure, GCP, and so on. In addition, Cloud Foundry requires a good deal of specialized platform engineering expertise to deploy and properly configure it before the first cf push command can even be issued by an application development team.
The broad-stroke typical resources for common Cloud Foundry deployments can be heavy:
Pivotal Cloud Foundry minimally requires the following:
- More than 50 GB of memory
- More than 100 GB of disk ...