The VMware Tanzu Service Broker for AWS provides VMware Tanzu Application Service for VMs (TAS for VMs) users with the ability to create and manage Amazon Web Services (AWS) resources from the Cloud Foundry Command Line Interface (cf CLI).
What Is VMware Tanzu Service Broker for AWS?
The Service Broker for AWS is installed once, and exposes the selected AWS services in the Marketplace. App developers can then create and manage a service instance by using cf CLI commands. After obtaining a service key, developers can use the key with the AWS CLI to perform additional operations as permitted by their operator. AWS Services currently supported include:
Amazon RDS for PostgreSQL
Amazon RDS for MySQL
Amazon RDS for SQL Server
Amazon RDS for Oracle Database
Amazon RDS for MariaDB
What's in the VMware Tanzu Service Broker for AWS documentation?
This documentation provides information about how to install, configure, and use VMware Tanzu Service Broker for AWS. The following table lists the key topics:
Provides an overview of the concepts, components, and features.
- Installing the Service Broker
Provides instructions about how to install and configure the VMware Tanzu Service Broker for AWS tile.
- Creating and Managing Service Instances
Provides instructions about how developers can set up, operate, and scale AWS resources from TAS for VMs by creating and managing service instances using the Service Broker for AWS.
- Troubleshooting VMware Tanzu Service Broker for AWS
Provides basic troubleshooting techniques for VMware Tanzu Service Broker for AWS.
For information about new features, compatibility, component versions, and resolved and known issues, see the release notes for the latest release.
Using the VMware Tanzu Service Broker for AWS documentation
The VMware Tanzu Service Broker for AWS documentation in HTML reflects the latest update release of each VMware Tanzu Service Broker for AWS version. For example, version 1.4 contains updates for all 1.4.x releases. All our documentation comes in PDF format, which you can access by selecting the Download PDF icon on any page in the HTML documentation.
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