Installing Tanzu Application Service (formerly Pivotal Cloud Foundry) on Kubernetes

It’s now a couple of years since I tried to install Cloud Foundry for the first time when joining Pivotal. During that time we made the shift from using DEA (Droplet Execution Agent) to Diego (Differences) and now with the shift towards embracing Kubernetes as the container scheduler it was time to give it a go on my laptop. Pivotal Cloud Foundry has been renamed to match the Tanzu brand and while this is more of a branding effort, the real changes are now in beta and ready to try out.

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