Jetty Available on RUN@cloud!

Written by: Cyrille Le Clerc

Cloud Platform

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We are delighted at CloudBees to announce the release of our Jetty 9 ClickStack.

We knew this container was important to many of you and we want to thank the Lift - Scala developers who helped us to tune the stack.

To give you more details about the ClickStack, it’s a standard Jetty 9.0.5 with:

  • .war file deployment

  • JNDI-based database binding using the Tomcat JDBC Pool

  • CloudBees monitoring and auto-scaling (HTTP session metric is not available as it is not exposed by Jetty)

  • CloudBees management with the CloudBees JMX Invoker

  • Handling of X-Forwarded-For and X-Forwarded-Proto http headers

  • Demo ClickStart application

We also polished our ClickStart demo of an Embedded Jetty ClickStart to include the handling of the X-Forwarded-For and X-Forwarded-Proto http headers.

Documentation

  • Jetty 9 ClickStack: https://github.com/CloudBees-community/jetty9-clickstack

Demo ClickStarts

Jetty 9.0.5
https://github.com/CloudBees-community/jetty9-maven-clickstart

https://github.com/CloudBees-community/jetty9-embedded-clickstart

Cyrille Le Clerc

Elite Architect

CloudBees

Cyrille Le Clerc is an elite architect at CloudBees, with more than 12 years of experience in Java technologies. He came to CloudBees from Xebia, where he was CTO and architect. Cyrille was an early adopter of the “You Build It, You Run It” model that he put in place for a number of high-volume websites. He naturally embraced the DevOps culture, as well as cloud computing. He has implemented both for his customers. Cyrille is very active in the Java community as the creator of the embedded-jmxtrans open source project and as a speaker at conferences.

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