DreamFactory Deployments with CloudFoundry
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This Wiki tutorial applies to both Pivotal and IBM Bluemix.
Dreamfactory can be deployed as a CloudFoundry manifest and launched in both the Pivotal and IBM BlueMix Platforms. This requires a bit of restructuring of the source code but can be easily done.
To set things up, the DreamFactory source needs to be pulled down and composer run first, so the necessary vendor packages can be brought in. Next, the newly updated source files (inflated by Composer) needs to be placed in a separate directory under the manifest file. This essentially becomes our “App” package for CloudFoundry.
Here’s a step-by-step guide on the basics of setting things up. This demo will use the open source version of the product with the default Sqlite database but should be a good place to get started for further development.
==Install DreamFactory (Temporarily)