If you keen to know more about the IBM Bluemix garage which is also coming to melbourneshortly this URL is the main page for that. Some good videos here detailing what the Garage stands for.https://www.ibm.com/cloud-computing/bluemix/garage/
By default if you push a java application into public Bluemix you will use the Liberty java buildpack. If you want to use tomcat you can do that as follows.
1. Show the buildpacks available as follows> cf buildpacks
2. The buildpack which uses Tomcat is as followsjava_buildpack
3. Specify you would like to use the buildpack as shown below when using cf push pas-props -d mybluemix.net -i 1 -m 256M -b (more...)
The latest Liberty biuldpack update now adds the ability to switch to JRE 1.8 runtime. Given I am now switching to JDK 1.8 for all my projects this has come in very handy, and of course Spring Boot favors JDK 1.8 as well. The default is still JRE 1.7 so to switch to 1.8 set an ENV variable as follows in your manifest.yml as shown below.manifest.ymlapplications:
I have a few Spring Boot applications which I would like to add to my IBM DevOps Jazzhub projects. The following shows how to do this.Note: It's assumed you have the following to do this.
- Jazzhub DevOps account. https://hub.jazz.net/
- Existing Spring Boot application project
- Git client installed
1. Log into Jazz Hub using the URL below.https://hub.jazz.net/
2. Create a new project using the "+ Create Project
" button (more...)
The following demo is using the same code IBM Bluemix created when using the Experimental ASP .NET 5 runtime. This can be done using the CF CLI where we clone the project from jazzhub git repository.
1. Clone a sample project as followspas@Pass-MacBook-Pro:~/bluemix-apps/DOTNET$ git clone https://hub.jazz.net/git/pasapples/pas-donet-demo.git
Cloning into 'pas-donet-demo'...
remote: Counting objects: 24, done
remote: Finding sources: 100% (24/24)
remote: Total 24 (delta 0), reused 24 (delta 0)
Unpacking objects: (more...)