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IBM Cloud and the Cloud Foundry Foundation

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Developers use Cloud Foundry because it is faster and easier to build, test, deploy, and scale applications. Furthermore, it provides a choice of multicloud, developer frameworks, and application services. IBM Cloud is a Cloud Foundry Certified Provider for its advanced PaaS capabilities.

IBM offers Cloud Foundry Public, which is used for some of the world’s largest cloud foundry environments.

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