It’s pretty easy to get started with Cloud Foundry, but here’s also a 10 min barebones version we shared at JavaOne and will be sharing at Devoxx 2012 (record is 7 mins!)

  1. Sign up! If you do not have a Cloud Foundry account, sign up with this promo code: https://my.cloudfoundry.com/signup/preshavedyak If using your own laptop, make sure that you have Spring Tool Suite or Eclipse installed: http://www.springsource.org/sts (The instructions below are for STS)
  2. Install the Cloud Foundry plugin, Select Help > Dashboard, Click the Extensions tab, at the bottom left, type in “Cloud” in the Find field, then choose Cloud Foundry and click the Install button. Click on the prompted buttons until you are prompted to restart STS. Restart.
  3. Once you restart STS, in the Servers window where it says “No servers available. Define a new server from the …” click on the “new server wizard” link. (If you don’t see…

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