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Using a Route Service with Your App in Cloud Foundry

In this hands-on lab, you are taking on the role of a DevOps Engineer. You have an app called _hello-world_ that is deployed out to Cloud Foundry, and Operations wants additional logging. You are to push out a logger app and configure it as a user-provided service. Once the service is created, you are to bind the route service to _hello-world_’s route.

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Clock icon Mar 26, 2018

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Table of Contents

  1. Challenge

    Create the Logger User-Provided Service

  2. Challenge

    Bind the Logger to Hello-World

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