$ cf dev start Downloading Resources... Starting VPNKit ... Starting the VM... Deploying the BOSH Director... Deploying CF... ██████╗███████╗██████╗ ███████╗██╗ ██╗ ██╔════╝██╔════╝██╔══██╗██╔════╝██║ ██║ ██║ █████╗ ██║ ██║█████╗ ██║ ██║ ██║ ██╔══╝ ██║ ██║██╔══╝ ╚██╗ ██╔╝ ╚██████╗██║ ██████╔╝███████╗ ╚████╔╝ ╚═════╝╚═╝ ╚═════╝ ╚══════╝ ╚═══╝ is now running! To begin using CF Dev, please run: cf login -a https://api.dev.cfdev.sh --skip-ssl-validation Admin user => Email: admin / Password: admin Regular user => Email: user / Password: pass
CF Dev is a new distribution of Cloud Foundry designed to run on a developer’s laptop or workstation using native hypervisors and a fully functional BOSH Director. CF Dev gives application developers the full Cloud Foundry experience in a lightweight, easy to install package. CF Dev is intended for application developers who wish to develop and debug their application locally on a full-featured Cloud Foundry. CF Dev is also an excellent getting started environment for developers interested in learning and exploring Cloud Foundry.
- CF CLI
- Internet connection (or Dnsmasq or Acrylic) required for wildcard DNS resolution
- Please note CF Dev only supports MacOS and Windows 10 at this time
Recommended system requirements
- Operating system: MacOS 10.12+/Windows 10+
- CPU: 2 Cores or more
- Memory: 8 Gigabytes available memory
- Disk: 60GB available space
- (if needed) Uninstall your existing PCF Dev plugin if it is installed
cf uninstall-plugin pcfdev
- Install the CF Dev plugin
cf install-plugin -r CF-Community "cfdev".
Run CF Dev
cf dev start.
Run BOSH with CF Dev
- (if needed) Install BOSH CLI v2.
- Set environment variables to point BOSH to your CF Dev instance
eval "$(cf dev bosh env)".
- Run BOSH
bosh <command you want to run>.
Follow the CF Dev team's progress here. This backlog contains a prioritized list of features and bugs the CF Dev team is working on. Check the project board for the latest updates on features and when they will be released.
To stop CF Dev run
cf dev stop. This will completely stop and destroy the CF Dev VM.
To uninstall the CF Dev cf CLI plugin run
cf uninstall-plugin cfdev.
Here on the CF Dev team, we use telemetry to help us understand how our tool is being used. We value our users privacy, therefore all telemetry is completely anonymous. There is no way for anyone with the telemetry to identify who is using the CF Dev tool. In an effort to make our data as transparent as possible, we will be publishing aggregated anonymous usage data to this page periodically to help our user community understand how the tool is being used.
In addition to making this data completely anonymous, we require users to opt-in to allowing us to collect telemetry from their tool. Upon running
$ cf dev start for the first time, we will prompt the user to opt-in to capturing analytics. Any time after that you can turn on/off telemetry by running
$ cf dev telemetry --on/off
You can learn more about what we do with telemetry here
The tcp port range has been limited to 1024 - 1049 to prevent reaching file descriptor limits on some systems.
If you are interested in contributing to CF Dev, please refer to the contributing guidelines.