StrongLoop, an IBM Company, is one of the leaders of the Node.js community. They offer powerful API capabilities and Node.js DevOps tools, which means exciting things for Bluemix. For those starting from scratch wanting to create a Node.js application with powerful API and CRUD capabilities, look to the LoopBack framework. For those with existing Node.js applications, look to using StrongLoop Arc’s management and DevOps tools to actively monitor your application.
StrongLoop Arc is a graphical UI for the StrongLoop platform that complements the StrongLoop slc command line tools. Arc includes tools for building, profiling, and monitoring Node.js apps.
See StrongLoop on Bluemix!
In the video below, Al Tsang, StrongLoop CTO, explains how StrongLoop and Bluemix will be combined into a seamless hybrid experience. He briefly summarizes the strengths of each product and then demonstrates a sample application leveraging StrongLoop Arc’s local management capabilities now available on Bluemix.
1) We’re working on a more complete solution for this; the sample today is quite basic. For now, you can change the URL where the PM is hosted by using the “PM_URL” environment variable, although that is still not a secure solution. Stay tuned for more developments in this space.
2) Make sure you are generating some traffic to your application, so Metrics has some data points to collect. The log you’ve posted seems suspicious; I’ll investigate.
Not sure what’s wrong, but i clicked on first deploy button -> launched to blumix -> clicked on Deploy. then i get “Project creation failed” and “Something went wrong!
404 Not Found”
Anyone Please suggest what could the issue.
I am able to deploy both the apps in Bluemix, i can access both via browser. Now when i try pm on arc to configure first app, its not helping. error os “There is no method to handle GET /ServiceInstances/findOne”
I added the route as “app_name-pm.mybluemix.net” with port 80 to the PM and added that as another route for my bluemix app, still getting the error: “There is no method to handle GET /ServiceInstances/findOne”. What am i missing on?
To call attention to popular articles on Bluemix available on IBM developerWorks, this weekly post will introduce three "best of" articles. This week's entry focuses on quick application building exercises using RapidApps, Node-RED, and IBM Mobile Web Push.
We introduced seamless monitoring and logging for containers in Bluemix earlier this year. The key technology behind both of these monitoring and logging services is based on the “Agentless System Crawler” project described—and open sourced—in developerWorks Open. This post describes a few examples of how you can simply make use of these built-in monitoring and logging capabilities for containers deployed on Bluemix.