Pivotal Service Instance Manager (Beta)
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Note: Pivotal has renamed Service Instance Manager for PCF to Pivotal Service Instance Manager.
Note: Pivotal has renamed Pivotal Cloud Foundry to Pivotal Platform.
Warning: Pivotal Service Instance Manager is currently in beta and might not receive long-term support.
This documentation describes the Pivotal Service Instance Manager. Service Instance Manager enables operators to more easily manage large numbers of service instances.
Service Instance Manager gathers information about service instances from multiple Pivotal Platform deployments through the CF API and presents this information in a web UI. From here, operators can view, filter, and delete service instances.
Through Service Instance Manager, operators can:
- View and filter service instances by foundation, org, space, service offering, status, service keys, service bindings, and bound apps
- Delete service instances
The following table provides version and version-support information about Service Instance Manager.
|Release date||September 6, 2019|
|Compatible Pivotal Operations Manager versions||All|
|Compatible Pivotal Application Service versions||All|
Service Instance Manager has the following requirements:
- Pivotal Platform (formerly Pivotal Cloud Foundry) or open source Cloud Foundry
- User Account and Authentication (UAA) server
Service Instance Manager has been tested with 2000 Pivotal Platform service instances across two Pivotal Platform foundations. Higher numbers might impact the performance of Pivotal Platform due to the large number of requests made to the Cloud Controller.