Cloud Foundry is an open source cloud computing platform as a service (PaaS) that was developed by VMware and is now owned by Pivotal Software, a joint venture of EMC, VMware, and GE. It was originally known as Project B29 and was planned and developed by a small Google team led by Derek Collison.
The majority of Pivotal Cloud Foundry users are based in the United States and work in the Computer Software business. Pivotal Cloud Foundry is most commonly utilised by businesses with 50 to 200 employees and a revenue of $1 million to $10 million. We have statistics on Pivotal Cloud Foundry usage dating back 5 years and 7 months.
On every Kubernetes cluster, use Cloud Foundry to write code in any language, with any framework. Avoid time-consuming environment configuration and monotonous operations activities so you can focus on developing your app—all while enjoying the peace of mind that comes with a highly protected environment.
Secure and Scalable - Cloud Foundry is secure for even the most sensitive mission-critical application development, thanks to the open source project teams' quick deployment of security fixes in reaction to vulnerabilities.
Cloud Foundry extends from small teams to global corporations, automatically enabling as many continuous delivery pipelines as you need to execute at scale.
Cloud Foundry was created by developers from some of the world's leading technology organisations, including IBM, SAP, SUSE, and VMware. The Cloud Foundry Foundation is a member of the Linux Foundation, ensuring that project communities continue to collaborate.
Cloud Foundry shortens application development periods to an average of 10 weeks. On average, users save $100,000 per application development cycle.