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Cloud Foundry and Apigee Edge Integration

This repository includes code you can use to integrate Apigee Edge with Cloud Foundry (including Pivotal and open source instances). Using this integration, you can proxy your Cloud Foundry apps with proxies hosted on either Apigee Edge in the cloud or Edge Microgateway.

For a sample Cloud Foundry apps for testing this integration, see the provided samples.

Generally, this integration requires:

  • An Apigee account. If you don't have one, you can sign up here
  • The Apigee Service Broker installed on Cloud Foundry. (Instructions are provided for each plan)
  • If you're using Edge Microgateway in Cloud Foundry, you'll need to install Edge Microgateway locally

The integrations below are enabled. See the following for suggested processes and best practices.

  • Open source Cloud Foundry and Apigee Edge Microgateway

    1. See Cloud Foundry Service Broker for Apigee for
      • Differences between the two microgateway plans: microgateway and microgateway-coresident
      • Links to instructions based on your plan choice
    2. For the direct link to the microgateway plan instructions, see setup-microgateway
    3. For the direct link to the microgateway-coresident plan instructions, see setup-microgateway-coresident
  • Open source Cloud Foundry and Apigee Edge (public and private cloud)

    1. See Cloud Foundry Service Broker for Apigee for
    • Differences between the two microgateway plans (microgateway & microgateway-coresident) and the org plan
    • Links to instructions based on your plan choice
    1. For the direct link to the org plan instructions, see setup-org
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