a9s Consul DNS for PCF

This documentation describes installing, configuring, and using the a9s Consul DNS for Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) tile.

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Overview

The a9s Consul DNS for PCF tile provides a highly available DNS service including a Consul cluster as well as additional Dnsmasq servers for service discovery and service failover procedures.

Consul is a highly available (HA) service discovery and configuration tool, which includes features such as failure detection, an HA key/value storage and an HA DNS service that can be remotely controlled via an HTTP-based REST interface.

This service is used and required by the a9s MongoDB for PCF to advertise its service instances and service broker to the Pivotal Elastic Runtime.

Product Snapshot

a9s Consul DNS for PCF Details:
Version: v0.9.0
Release Date: September 26, 2016
Compatible Ops Manager Versions: 1.7.x, 1.8.x
Compatible Elastic Runtime Versions: 1.7.x, 1.8.x
vSphere support? Yes
AWS support? Yes
OpenStack support? Yes

Support

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.

Feedback

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

License

For information about commercial licenses and support, please contact our sales team at data-services.anynines.com/sales.

See Also

For general information about Consul, see Consul by HashiCorp.

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