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Buildpacks provide framework and runtime support for your applications. Buildpacks typically examine user-provided artifacts to determine what dependencies to download and how to configure applications to communicate with bound services.
When you push an application, Cloud Foundry automatically detects which buildpack is required and installs it on the Diego cell where the application needs to run.
Note: Cloud Foundry deployments often have limited access to dependencies. This limitation occurs when the deployment is behind a firewall, or when administrators want to use local mirrors and proxies. In these circumstances, Cloud Foundry provides a Buildpack Packager application.
For general information about buildpacks, see About Buildpacks.
Cloud Foundry includes a set of system buildpacks for common languages and frameworks. This table lists the system buildpacks.
|Name||Supported Languages, Frameworks, and Technologies||GitHub Repository|
Grails, Play, Spring, or any other JVM-based language or framework
|.NET Core source|
Cake, Symfony, Zend, Nginx, or HTTPD
Django or Flask
Ruby, JRuby, Rack, Rails, or Sinatra
You can find a list of unsupported, community-created buildpacks here: cf-docs-contrib.
For information about customizing existing buildpacks and developing new buildpacks, see Developing Custom Buildpacks.
For information about updating and releasing a new version of a Cloud Foundry buildpack through the Cloud Foundry Buildpacks Team Concourse pipeline, see Using CI for Buildpacks. You can use this as a model when working with Concourse to build and release new versions of your own buildpacks.Create a pull request or raise an issue on the source for this page in GitHub