This repository contains two separate scripts for demonstrating that an application deployed to Cloud Foundry can access secrets stored in a Conjur instance.
The local directory includes a script that will stand up a local Conjur instance in a container, manually deploy the Conjur Service Broker to a locally running instance of PCF Dev, and deploy the test app to PCF to verify it can retrieve secrets from Conjur.
The PCF with installed tile directory is for Conjur engineers only; it assumes that you have access to a PCF installation and that you have an existing Conjur installation up and running. In particular, this demo was built to work with Pivotal's Integration Environment, or PIE - a hosted deployment of PCF available to Pivotal partners. It requires that you install the Conjur Service Broker for PCF service tile in the Ops Manager of your running PCF installation, and it deploys the test app to PCF to verify it can retrieve secrets from Conjur.
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