Meta Azure Service Broker
We recently announced the Open Service Broker for Azure, a new implementation of our service broker that is Open Service Broker-compatible and can be deployed on multiple cloud native platforms, including Kubernetes, in addition to Cloud Foundry. OSBA is currently in preview, but it will eventually replace the Meta Azure Service Broker (MASB). During the OSBA preview period, you should continue to use the MASB for production scenarios. We will provide detailed migration guidance in early 2018. Feel free to send your feedback and questions to the MASB issue section.
You need an Azure account. With the account, you need to prepare a service principal and SQL Database on Azure which will be used in the deployment of the service broker. For the service offerings and plans, please refer to each specific service.
How to deploy and use
The provided services
The services provided by the broker:
- Azure Storage Service
- Azure Redis Cache Service
- Azure DocumentDB Service
- Azure Service Bus and Event Hub Service
- Azure SQL Database Service
- Azure SQL Database Failover Group Service (Preview)
- Azure Database for MySQL Service (Preview)
- Azure Database for PostgreSQL Service (Preview)
- Azure CosmosDB Service (Preview)
The user-provided services:
Have troubles? Check out our Troubleshooting Doc
- If you would like to become an active contributor to this project please follow the contribution guidelines.