a9s BOSH for PCF

This documentation describes installing and configuring the a9s BOSH for Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) tile. a9s BOSH for PCF sets up a dedicated BOSH 2.0.

a9s BOSH for PCF logo


a9s data services, such as a9s MongoDB for PCF, use a9s BOSH for PCF to create on-demand provisioning of service instances that are represented by dedicated virtual machines or clusters of virtual machines.

This service uses the default open source version of BOSH. a9s does not modify BOSH at all. Therefore, there is no vendor lock-in.

Find more information, see use case of the a9s BOSH for PCF tile.

Product Snapshot

The following table provides version and version-support information about a9s BOSH for PCF:

Element Details
Version v1.0.1
Release date March 28, 2017
Compatible Ops Manager version(s) v1.7.x, v1.8.x, and v1.9.x
Compatible Elastic Runtime version(s) v1.7.x, v1.8.x, and v1.9.x
IaaS support AWS, OpenStack, and vSphere


a9s BOSH for PCF logo has the following requirements:

  • a9s Consul DNS for PCF v1.0.0 or later

a9s Consul DNS for PCF enables automatic configuration of the a9s Consul DNS as nameservers for a9s BOSH for PCF. All VMs provisioned by a9s BOSH for PCF include the a9s Consul DNS (dnsmasq) servers in their list of nameservers.


Commercial support with a service-level agreement is available for the commercial license.

The entire anynines team will help your team to get started and to be successful.

If your company has specific administration policies or configuration best practices, the anynines team is happy to incorporate them if applicable.


Please provide any bugs, feature requests, or questions to dssupport@anynines.com.


For information about commerical licenses and support, please contact our sales team.

See Also

For general information about BOSH, see bosh.io.

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