Security for Apps and Services
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This topic links to topics that describe how PCF and PCF users manage security for apps and service instances.
Application Security Groups: Describes how ASGs work and how to manage them in all versions of Cloud Foundry, including PCF.
Configuring SSH Access for PCF: Explains how to configure PCF to allow SSH access to app instances, for debugging.
Restricting App Access to Internal PCF Components: Details how to create Application Security Groups (ASGs), rules that allow internal outgoing communications from all apps in PCF, or the apps running in the same space.
Configuring Application Security Groups for Email Notifications: Describes how to define an ASG to enable app-generated notifications.
Trusted System Certificates: Explains where applications can find trusted system certificates.
Managing Access to Service Plans: Describes how to enable or disable access to service plans for a subset of users.
Delivering Service Credentials to an Application: Provides documentation on how to bind apps to service instances, which generate the credentials that enable the apps to use the service.
Managing Service Keys: Explains to create and manage service keys that enable apps to use service instances.