moved from the netherworld of 0.x.y versioned packages to version 1.0.0
updated some of the package dependencies
added a new appEnv.getServiceCreds(spec) method
In case you’re not familiar with the cfenv package, it’s intended to be the Swiss army knife of handling your Cloud Foundry runtime environment variables,
including: PORT, VCAP_SERVICES, and VCAP_APPLICATION.
Here’s a quick example that doesn’t including accessing services in VCAP_SERVICES:
You can start your server with this kind of snippet, which provides the
correct port, binding address, and url of the running server; and it will
run locally as well as on CloudFoundry.
CRM systems are critical for enterprises. They allow business users to more easily access and manage customer information and records customer interactions from multiple channels. CRM systems also automate workflows and provide tracking, performance and productivity information.
With VMworld US & Europe coming to a close, we’re taking a look back into activities and announcements that took place over the past couple of weeks. Below is a recap of some of the most exciting stories for those who didn’t get a chance to hear the news on the ground.
In this blog post we discuss how Sematext integrates with IBM Bluemix Container Service to provide monitoring and logging visibility of your containerized applications, as they run in production. In the sections below, we demonstrate how to set up a Kubernetes cluster in Bluemix and how to set up Sematext in this cluster. IBM Cloud has monitoring and logging capabilities in the platform, but we know our customers operate in a multi-cloud or hybrid cloud environment and we are very excited to partner with Sematext, enabling operational consistency across those environments. We worked with Alen Komljen, an Automation Engineer from Sematext, to create the following content and perform the technology validation.