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Clouds

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Use this page to configure cloud providers: user account info and related settings. To create a new configuration, click the Add button and select a cloud platform.

To add a configuration, create a cloud user account and install the corresponding plugin. For more information, see Enable cloud support.

Cloud Foundry

Specify your Cloud Foundry user account details and related settings. For additional information, see the Cloud Foundry documentation.

Item

Description

Name

The name of the Cloud Foundry configuration.

Version

The Cloud Foundry version that you are using (the Service Broker API version): V1 or V2.

Username (email)

The username for your Cloud Foundry instance (for example, your email address).

Password

The password for your Cloud Foundry instance.

Provider (API URL)

The URL of the Cloud Controller in your Cloud Foundry instance (the API endpoint or target URL).

Trust self-signed certificates

For version 2 (V2): Trust self-signed cloud authentication certificates. If disabled, self-signed certificates will be rejected.

Organization

For version 2 (V2): The target organization for deploying your applications.

Space

For version 2 (V2): The target space within the organization.

Cloud instance

For version 1 (V1), select one of the following:

  • Global: hosted Cloud Foundry.

  • Local (vcap.me): Cloud Foundry VCAP installation.

  • Micro - offline: Micro Cloud Foundry used in the offline mode.

Port

The HTTP port for the Cloud Foundry VCAP instance (80 by default).

Domain

The domain name associated with your Micro Cloud Foundry instance.

Google App Engine

Specify your Google App Engine user account details and related settings. For additional information, see the Google App Engine documentation.

Item

Description

Name

The name of the Google App Engine configuration.

Use passwordless login via OAuth2

Use the OAuth 2.0 authentication.

Login with email and password

Log in to the cloud using your email and password.

Email

Your Google email address.

Password

Your Google account password.

Remember password

Save your password. For more information, see Passwords.

Toolbar

Use icons general add to create configurations and icons general remove to delete them.

Last modified: 29 June 2020