Pivotal Cloud Foundry Certification Training Course Overview

Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) course provides students with the concepts & experience expected to work with and deploy applications on Pivotal Platform. After completion of this course students will be able to pushing apps to Cloud Foundry, accessing logs, and scaling.

The Pivotal Cloud Foundry Developer certification is designed to test & validate student’s capability with Pivotal Cloud Foundry in the following areas:

  • Cloud Foundry concepts
  • Cloud Foundry architecture
  • Scaling
  • Logging and loggregator
  • Blue Green Deployments
  • Application Autoscaler
  • Buildpacks
  • Manifests / YAML
  • Environment variables
  • Services and User provided services


  • Any individual who want to learn cloud computing and the engineering behind it.
  • Any individual who want to application development for cloud.

Pivotal Cloud Foundry (40 Hours) Download Course Contents

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Course Prerequisites

  • Basic understanding of application development and deployment
  • Any Command Line Tool that you are comfortable with

What you will learn:

  • Identify Pivotal Platform components: Router, Cloud Controller, Health Manager, Loggregator and Cells.
  • Deploy pre-existing applications to Pivotal Platform, obtain logs, debug deployment issues, scale, start, stop, and bind to services.
  • Use the command-line interface to work with Pivotal Platform.
  • Perform zero-downtime deployments.
  • Understand the purpose of buildpacks, gain experience specifying buildpacks and making configuration changes.
  • Explain organizations, spaces, routes, services (managed, user defined), manifests, buildpacks, applications and droplets.
  • Understand the impact of the cloud environment on application architecture.