Create centralized logging in Docker containers with Node.js and Bluemix
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Date archived: May 13, 2019 | First published: September 22, 2015
When building the microservices that make up a Bluemix application, developers often encounter questions such as: How do you follow the microservices' states and their log outputs, and what is happening with the different parts of the application? In this article, I show you how to deploy a single microservice—in this case, a Cloud Foundry–based Node.js application—into the Bluemix platform along with one way of creating centralized logging inside Docker containers.
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