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Stratos is an Open Source Web-based UI (Console) for managing Cloud Foundry. It allows users and administrators to both manage applications running in the Cloud Foundry cluster and perform cluster management tasks.

If you are looking for the V1 version of Stratos, you can find it in the master branch.

Stratos Application view

Quick Start

To get started quickly, we recommend following the steps to deploy the Stratos Console as a Cloud Foundry Application - see here.

If you have docker installed, you can quickly deploy Stratos using the all-in-one container:

$ docker run -p 4443:443 splatform/stratos:latest 

Once that has finished, you can then access Stratos by visiting https://localhost:4443.

Deploying Stratos

Stratos can be deployed in the following environments:

  1. Cloud Foundry, as an application. See guide
  2. Kubernetes, using a Helm chart. See guide
  3. Docker, using docker compose. See guide
  4. Docker, single container deploying all components. See guide


Please see our Troubleshooting page.

Project Planning

We use ZenHub for project planning. Feel free to head over to the Boards tab and have a look through our pipelines and milestones. Please note in order to view the Github ZenHub Boards tab you will need the ZenHub browser extension. Alternatively, to view the planning board without the extension visit our ZenHub Project Page

Further Reading

Take a look at the Feature Set for details on the feature set that Stratos provides.

Get an Overview of Stratos, its components and the different ways in which it can be deployed.

Take a look at the Development Roadmap to see where we are heading. We update our status page each week to summarize what we are working on - see the Status Page.

Browse through features and issues in the project's issues page or Zenhub Board.

What kind of code is in Stratos? We've integrated Code Climate for some code quality and maintainability metrics. Take a stroll around the project page


We very much welcome developers who would like to get involved and contribute to the development of the Stratos project. Please refer to the Contributing guide for more information.

For information to help getting started with development, please read the Developer's Guide.

Support and feedback

We have a channel (#stratos) on the Cloud Foundy Slack where you can ask questions, get support or give us feedback. We'd love to hear from you if you are using Stratos.

You can join the Cloud Foundry Slack here - - and then join the #stratos channel.


Tested with Browserstack



The work done has been licensed under Apache License 2.0. The license file can be found here.

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