Remote debugging of Java applications from an IDE can be essential when debugging difficult issues. There is no reason to give this functionality up just because you are deploying to a container in Cloud Foundry.
In this article we’ll go over how to enable remote debugging from a local Eclipse IDE to a public CF provider like Pivotal CloudFoundry.
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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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In the world of microservices and containers, it is often desirable to keep settings such as those found in dfc.properties outside of the jar or war so that the deployment binary is the same no matter which environment it is deployed into.
The settings in dfc.properties can be externalized by specifying the location of dfc.properties in a JVM system property such as: