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AppsCode Service Broker

Open Service Broker for installing AppsCode cloud services in Kubernetes cluster.

From here you can learn all about Service Broker's architecture and how to deploy and use Service Broker.

  • Concepts. Concepts explain some significant aspect of Service Broker. This is where you can learn about what Service Broker does and how it does it.

  • Setup. Setup contains instructions for installing the Service Broker in various cloud providers.

  • Guides. Guides show you how to perform tasks with Service Broker.

  • Reference. Detailed exhaustive lists of command-line options, configuration options, API definitions, and procedures.

We're always looking for help improving our documentation, so please don't hesitate to file an issue if you see some problem. Or better yet, submit your own contributions to help make our docs better.


Service Broker binaries collects anonymous usage statistics to help us learn how the software is being used and how we can improve it. To disable stats collection, run the caner with the flag --enable-analytics=false.


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