I am more often then not using spring boot applications on IBM Bluemix and most of what I need is packaged with the application from JPA or JDBC, drivers, Rest etc. Of course with IBM Bluemix we can specify which build pack we wish to use but by default for java applications LIberty is used.
When a stand-alone application is deployed, a default Liberty configuration is provided for the application. The default configuration enables the (more...)
I recently posted about the "Deploy to Bluemix
" button which will automatically deploy an application into IBM Bluemix from a single click.http://theblasfrompas.blogspot.com.au/2015/09/adding-deploy-to-bluemix-button-to-my.html
If the application requires backing services they can automatically be created using the"declared-services" tag as shown below. Declared services are a manifest extension, which creates or looks for the required or optional services that are expected to be set up before the app is deployed, such (more...)
Not before time I finally added my first "Deploy to Bluemix
" button on my GitHub projects for Bluemix applications. The screen shot below shows this for the Spring Session - Spring Boot Portable Cloud Ready HTTP Session demo.
Here is what it looks like when I do deploy this using the "Deploy to Bluemix
" button and requires me to log in to IBM Bluemix. What happens when you use this button (more...)
The following guide shows how to use Spring Session to transparently leverage Redis to back a web application’s
when using Spring Boot.http://docs.spring.io/spring-session/docs/current/reference/html5/guides/boot.html
The demo below is a simple Spring Boot / Thymeleaf/ Bootstrap application to test Session replication using Spring Session - Spring Boot within IBM Bluemix. Same demo will run on Pivotal Cloud Foundry as well.
IBM DevOps URL ->https://hub.jazz.net/project/pasapples/SpringBootHTTPSession/overview
Sample Project on GitHub ->https://github.com/papicella/SpringBootHTTPSession More Information
The Portable, Cloud-Ready HTTP Sessionhttps://spring.io/blog/2015/03/01/the-portable-cloud-ready-http-session
I previously blogged about Integrating Telstra Public SMS Api as shown below.
Here I show how I integrated Telstra Public WIFI Api into IBM Bluemix. This Api from Telstra is documented as follows. You need to register on http://t.dev
to get the credentials to use thier API which I have previously done which then enables me to integrate it onto Bluemixhttps://dev.telstra.com/content/wifi-api
Once again here is the (more...)