With OpenShift as the new wave in technology our Java-application using Elasticsearch also needs to be deployable on OpenShift. There is a nice cartridge available, provided by rbrower3. Diving deep we will find a way to connect to it.
In the previous blog post we learned how we could scale an application horizontally. If you run your application on multiple gears, life becomes a bit more complicated. If you are investigating a production problem, the first thing in general to look at is the applications log file. Since there is now more than one instance, there are multiple log … Lees verder Managing multiple gears with Open Shift
In the previous blog post we talked about vertical scaling with Open Shift. This blog posts investigates the next step: horizontal scaling. Horizontal scaling At some point we’ll run out of bigger sizes gear. And separating out chunks of an application to different gears doesn’t always help. To access a separated part of the application (e.g. the database), you most likely need … Lees verder Horizontal Scaling with Open Shift
If you run your application on an OpenShift environment, one of the advantages you will have is that you can scale the environment quite easily. If traffic to your website continues to increase, at some point a single small gear simply won’t cut it anymore. In the next few blog posts I’ll explore the available options you have for scaling out and for upgrading your … Lees verder Vertical Scaling with OpenShift
OpenShift is RedHats PaaS solution and is perfectly suited for running Java EE applications. In this article we will be deploying an existing web application to OpenShift Online. OpenShift Online automates the provisioning, management and scaling of applications. Lets assume we have a web application we normally deploy to Tomcat and makes use of a PostgreSQL database. A pretty common setup. … Lees verder Deploying your application to OpenShift
What is Codenvy exactly? Well, their website states: Codenvy is a cloud environment for coding, building, and debugging apps. Basically, it’s an IDE in the cloud (“IDE as a Service?”) accessible by all the major browsers. It started out as an additional feature to the eXo Platform in early 2009 and gained a lot of traction after the first … Lees verder Introduction to Codenvy