In this course, Working with the Cloud Foundry CLI, users will learn to use the Cloud Foundry CLI to interact with a Cloud Foundry service. First, you will explore the basics of working with the Cloud Foundry CLI, upon installing it, which includes logging into and out of Cloud Foundry. Next, you will explore working with orgs, spaces, permissions, and use the CLI to execute application lifecycle and management commands.
Then, you will learn services and service instances, and know how to invoke services management commands using the CLI. Finally, you will learn about plugins and plugins management commands. When you are finished with this course, users will have the skills and knowledge necessary on how to use the Cloud Foundry CLI to work with Cloud Foundry services.
Eduardo is a technology enthusiast, software architect and customer success advocate. He's designed enterprise .NET solutions that extract, validate and automate critical business processes such as Accounts Payable and Mailroom solutions. He's a well-known specialist in the Enterprise Content Management market segment, specifically focusing on data capture & extraction and document process automation.
Course Overview Hi, everyone. Welcome to my course, Working with the Cloud Foundry CLI. I'm a software developer, a data capture and business automation specialist. I'm excited you are here to learn how to work with the Cloud Foundry command line interface. Cloud Foundry is an open source cloud application platform, providing a choice of clouds, developer frameworks, and app services. Cloud Foundry makes it faster and easier to build, test, deploy, and scale applications. It is an open source project, and it is available through a wide range of private cloud distribution and public cloud instances. The CLI provides a convenient and easy‑to‑use tool that makes it easy to interact with Cloud Foundry resources and services, as well as pushing and staging applications. Some of the major topics we will cover include authenticating to Cloud Foundry with the CLI; lists, orgs, spaces, services, and apps; application lifecycle; pushing and staging applications; services, plugins; and finally, understanding how these technologies and principles get applied. By the end of this course, you'll know the fundamentals of working with the Cloud Foundry CLI and be able to use it. No prior Cloud Foundry or DevOps knowledge is required, although some familiarity with cloud technologies and basic know‑how of Python commands might come in handy. I hope you will join me on this journey to learn the ins and outs of working with the Cloud Foundry CLI course, at Pluralsight.