Cloud Foundry is an opinionated Platform-as-a-Service that allows you to manage applications at scale. This article is part of a series that explores different facets of a Cloud Foundry deployment using the spring-music project as an example.
This article is Part 5 of a series on Cloud Foundry concepts:
In this particular article, we will look at application level monitoring of CF deployed applications using the New Relic Service Broker. The New Relic product enables real-time monitoring of applications.
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Cloud Foundry is an opinionated Platform-as-a-Service that allows you to manage applications at scale. It supports multiple infrastructure platforms, and is able to standardize deployment, logging, scaling, and routing in a way friendly to a continuous delivery pipeline.
This article is Part 1 of a series on Cloud Foundry concepts:
In this particular article, we will install the command line interface for Cloud Foundry on Ubuntu and then use that to deploy the Spring Boot based spring-music project to a CF provider.
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Syslog is a message logging standard has been around for decades, but has renewed popularity as a method of log capture with the advent of containerization and centralized logging solutions.
Enabling an Ubutu 14.04 or 16.04 host to act as a syslog server only takes a few simple steps.
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