The newest version of the Mobile Cloud services is now available on Bluemix! If you’ve been with us since the Beta, there are several key items you’ll want to know about. This post contains a general overview of the changes that were made to the Mobile Cloud SDK and services.
An OpenSSL security exposure  that affects the node.js runtime in Bluemix was fixed in an update to the IBM’s node.js version 0.10.28, which is embedded in Bluemix node.js buildpack v1-20140617-2114. It was also fixed in the open source version of node.js 0.10.29.
If a Liberty Bluemix application crashes, the default behavior is that it will immediately restart. The problem with this behavior is that all diagnostic files such as dumps and traces are lost. In order to delay the restart so that dumps and traces can be collected, set this environment variable for your application . . . .
We're excited to announce a new domain for all of our user applications: mybluemix.net. The new domain will help isolate Bluemix core components from the applications you have running on the platform. Going forward, [yourapp].mybluemix.net will be the default domain for any new applications you create in Bluemix.
The WebSphere Liberty buildpack is now available for developers on Pivotal Web Services, providing a common Java runtime with IBM Bluemix. With the WebSphere Liberty buildpack you can stage Java applications on Cloud Foundry, and other cloud platforms, using features and functions from the lightweight and highly composable WebSphere Liberty profile with the IBM JRE.
If you are looking for a super quick outline of using Eclipse and the Bluemix plugin to deploy apps, here it is!