Re: Deploying UAA in cloud.gov does not work as intended
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Using the UAA bosh release is the best way to achieve the needed enterprise grade operational features around High Availability, Disaster Recovery, Backup and restore, Logging , Monitoring etc.
If UAA is planned to be used for securing applications, vendors like Pivotal and others the OSS community have built a service layer using the open service broker interface. You can find more details here
Sr. Manager, Product Management
Pivotal Cloud Foundry
Thanks Jesse. Right now i am learning UAA but the evntual goal is to get it up and running at an enterprise level supporting many applications. As you suggest, we would need a robust way of administering this with backups and stuff. Is bosh-deploy the best way to do this ? And, Is it supported on Windows ? Curently we manage all cloudfoundry apps using cf client or aws cli on windows. Wondering if the same is possible for bosh-deploy.