Sometimes, a full-scale PaaS deployment is not a very affordable option for the testing/development stage. There are two options to address this issue. One is to run Micro Cloud Foundry as a virtual machine image on your laptop. The second option is to install Cloud Foundry with the Vagrant VM toolbox. To simplify a start, our Argentine team prepared the article “Installing Cloud Foundry on Vagrant.” It describes how to install the tool, start/stop Cloud Foundry components, work with custom configuration files, etc. You will find detailed instructions and examples that will help you to deploy a simple Ruby Sinatra Web application on a local Cloud Foundry PaaS in under 30 minutes.
Read the full article, “Installing Cloud Foundry on Vagrant,” at the Cloud Foundry blog.