Quotas in CF


Rajesh Jain
 

In cf at an org level you have quotas for
1. Memory
2. Routes
3. Services

Two questions on quotas for routes and services:

Is there any correlation or best practice on assigning quotas for routes and services based on memory quota for an org.
For e.g 16 GB quota can have 8 app instances of 2 GB per instance and assuming 2 routes per app, you can assign (though not scientifically) quota of 16 routes?
What about service quota? And what is the memory footprint of a service instance on the org quota?

Thanks, Rajesh


Dieu Cao <dcao@...>
 

Hi Rajesh,

I don't believe there are any correlations between memory quota and the
implications on routes or services.

I think this varies widely based on what your app is.
For example a node app versus a java app have very different memory foot
prints and can also vary widely depending on what the app is responsible
for, the code base etc.
As for routes, that varies again by organization, based on policy, etc.
Service instances also vary widely by implementation, since they could
simply be credentials to an existing resource or they could be new
deployments of varying sizes, etc.

-Dieu
CF CAPI PM

On Wed, Dec 9, 2015 at 2:58 PM, Rajesh Jain <rajain(a)pivotal.io> wrote:

In cf at an org level you have quotas for
1. Memory
2. Routes
3. Services

Two questions on quotas for routes and services:

Is there any correlation or best practice on assigning quotas for routes
and services based on memory quota for an org.
For e.g 16 GB quota can have 8 app instances of 2 GB per instance and
assuming 2 routes per app, you can assign (though not scientifically) quota
of 16 routes?
What about service quota? And what is the memory footprint of a service
instance on the org quota?

Thanks, Rajesh