December 10, 2019 By Suraksha Vidyarthi < 1 min read

IBM Cloud Foundry Public is making updates to the default Standard plan.

The updates will either eliminate or reduce the 375 GB-Hr’s/Month free tier that is available today for running Cloud Foundry applications. 

After March 1, 2020, the following plan changes will be made

The 375 GB-Hr’s/Month free tier will be eliminated for the following IBM supported Runtimes:

  • Liberty for Java
  • SDK for Node.js
  • ASP.NET Core
  • Runtime for Swift 

The 375 GB-Hr’s/Month free tier will be halved to 186 GB-Hr’s/Month for the Community Runtimes:

  • Go
  • PHP
  • Python
  • Ruby
  • Tomcat

These changes don’t affect the free tier that is available today with an IBM Cloud Lite Account. 

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