To list all the managed services and plans available to your organization, you can run
cf marketplace from your command line.
Here is a list of the managed 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||Production Ready|
|custom-domain||Custom domains and TLS certificates with automatic renewal||Production Ready|
|elasticsearch24||Elasticsearch version 2.4: a distributed, RESTful search and analytics engine||Beta|
|elasticsearch56||Elasticsearch version 5.6: a distributed, RESTful search and analytics engine||Beta|
|redis||Redis: an open source in-memory database.||Beta|
|s3||Amazon S3 provides developers with secure, durable, highly-scalable object storage||Production Ready|
|volume-services||Existing NFSv3 volumes (see: https://code.cloudfoundry.org/nfs-volume-release/)||Experimental|
- 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.