Deploying Java apps on CloudBees RUN@cloud? Monitor and manage them with FREE New Relic Bronze

CloudBeesCloudBees customers, did you know that CloudBees’ RUN@cloud, the company’s powerful and open Java Platform as a Service, now includes integration with New Relic’s on-demand web performance monitoring solution? Even better, did you know that CloudBees is making New Relic Bronze available at no cost to RUN@cloud customers?

Since we started New Relic a couple of years ago, one of the key tenets of our company vision has been to partner with leading PaaS providers to make it easier for them and their customers to gain application-level visibility in the Cloud, and in turn, deploy and maintain high-performance apps. In keeping with that tradition, we are very pleased today to be announcing that we have partnered with CloudBees, a leading platform service provider for Java apps.

The CloudBees platform delivers reliable and elastic on-demand resources, unlimited scalability, “pay-as-you-go” pricing, a seamless transition from development to production, and an IT-free environment that relieves teams of both software and hardware maintenance hassles. It supports Java EE web applications – and applications written in all JVM-based languages – in an IaaS-agnostic environment. RUN@cloud builds on the power of the CloudBees platform to allow developers to deploy Java applications into the cloud. It brings traditional application server functionality to the cloud, providing load balancing, scalability, and high availability for web apps, Java EE apps, and Spring apps. Your team can write software in the same way you always have, using the same tools you would normally use for a traditional Java EE middleware deployment…then deploy instantly on the cloud!

With seamless integration in the RUN@cloud console, enabling New Relic has never been easier. If you are not currently a CloudBees customer, simply sign up and create your account.

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After you create an application, just hit the Configuration tab and check the “Enable New Relic” box at the bottom of the screen. Simple!

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Existing CloudBees customers can just go directly to the Configuration tab for any RUN@cloud application to enable New Relic.

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If you have previously enabled New Relic (through Stax partnership for example), just contact CloudBees for more details.

So, if you haven’t signed up for CloudBees and New Relic, now’s a good time to start!

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