The following procedure provisions an example PostgreSQL template application that was made available by the Template Service Broker.
The service catalog is installed.
The Template Service Broker is installed.
Create a project.
Navigate in the web console to Home → Projects and click Create Project.
test-postgresql in the Name field and click Create.
Create a service instance.
Navigate to the Catalog → Developer Catalog page.
Select the PostgreSQL (Ephemeral) template application and click Create Service Instance.
Review the default selections and set any other required fields, and click Create.
Go to Catalog → Provisioned Services and verify that the postgresql-ephemeral service instance is created and has a status of Ready.
You can check the progress on the Home → Events page. After a few moments, you should see an event for postgresql-ephemeral with the message "The instance was provisioned successfully".
Create a service binding.
From the Provisioned Services page, click postgresql-ephemeral and click Create Service Binding.
Review the default service binding name and click Create.
This creates a new secret for binding using the name provided.
Review the secret that was created.
Navigate to Workloads → Secrets and verify that a secret named postgresql-ephemeral was created.
Click postgresql-ephemeral and review the key-value pairs in the Data section, which are used for binding to other apps.