This is the documentation for the Cloud Foundry open source project - including information about running and managing applications on Cloud Foundry, and setting up your own Cloud Foundry instance with BOSH.
If you have minor changes, you can contribute by forking this repository, modifying the files in
/source/docs, and creating a GitHub pull request.
If you want to contribute against the prioritized backlog of documentation needs, see the Pivotal Tracker project for Cloud Foundry Documentation.
You can either contribute directly within Github or by cloning the repository to your local machine using git.
Viewing docs locally
These docs are rendered using middleman. To pull down the raw documentation project and view the docs on your local machine using middleman:
git clone https://github.com/cloudfoundry/cf-docs.git cloudfoundry-docs cd cloudfoundry-docs bundle bundle exec middleman server
Then view http://0.0.0.0:4567 in your browser.
- Follow the @cloudfoundry Twitter account for retweets of blogs and news from the world of Cloud Foundry
- Search the #cloudfoundry hashtag to follow discussions about Cloud Foundry
- Using Cloud Foundry (development-related questions)
- Running / Setting up Cloud Foundry
- Using BOSH
- Running / Setting up BOSH
There is also a #cloudfoundry IRC channel on the Freenode network, but that may be less-frequently monitored by members of the core team.
When you are getting started with Cloud Foundry, and are still learning your way around the repositories, you can file bugs in each repo's Github Issue section.
Support issues that are particular to the Pivotal-hosted Cloud Foundry public PaaS available at http://run.pivotal.io can be filed at the address below.