cloud.gov offers multiple services to allow your application to expand its functionality.
To list all the services and plans available to your organization, you can run
cf marketplace from your command line.
Here is a list of the services that are generally available:
|Service Name||Description||Support Status|
|aws-rds||Persistent, relational databases using Amazon RDS||Production Ready|
|cdn-route||Custom domains, CDN caching, and TLS certificates with automatic renewal||Production Ready|
|cloud-gov-identity-provider||Authenticate cloud.gov users in your app||Beta|
|cloud-gov-service-account||cloud.gov service accounts for automated access by programs||Beta|
|elasticsearch24||[Experimental] Elasticsearch version 2.4: a distributed, RESTful search and analytics engine||Alpha|
|redis28||[Experimental] Redis version 2.8: an in-memory data structure store||Alpha|
|s3||Amazon S3 provides developers with secure, durable, highly-scalable object storage||Production Ready|
- Production Ready: The service has been tested to ensure it has the resiliency required for a production system.
- Beta: The service is stable but still requires further development to ensure it can be deployed to production systems.
- Alpha: The service is under development and some downtime or data loss can occur.