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Out of the Blue: Getting started with IBM Bluemix development

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Out of the Blue: Getting started with IBM Bluemix development

  1. 1. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Oliver Busse, 27.03.2015
  2. 2. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Oliver Busse • „Bleeding Yellow“ since R4.5 • Certified Lotus Instructor since 2001 • IBM Champion for ICS in 2015 • OpenNTF Contributor & Board Member • XPages Advocate • Framework-addict • IBM Bluemix beginner www.oliverbusse.eu @zeromancer1972
  3. 3. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Focus This is NOT about coding (last chance to leave ) This demonstrates the possible WORKFLOWS for developers using IBM Bluemix
  4. 4. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Agenda • What is…? • Prerequisites • Which tools? • Getting started: your first application • Which workflow? – A: Start in Bluemix, continue on local – B: Start local, deploy on Bluemix
  5. 5. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development What is… • Bluemix – PaaS („Platform as a Service“, no software preconfigured, based on CloundFoundry) • a Runtime – Environment in which your application will run • a Service – Functionality for your application e.g. Database, Security, Watson or „Internet of Things“ • DevOps – „Development & Operations“, tools for testing, building and deploying apps • JazzHub – Repository for your application source code, issue tracking and documentation • a Stage – block in DevOps‘ deployment process • a Pipeline – combination of stages when deploying an application • the cf-Tool – CloudFoundry command line tool, manage your application via the console
  6. 6. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Prerequisites • Create a new account or log in to your Bluemix account
  7. 7. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Which tools? • Git-SCM – common source code control system • CMDER – Powerful command line replacement with Git support • Any Editor (Notepad++, SublimeText, Brackets) • Eclipse – IDE for Java Developers • Bluemix Plugin – Deployment console for Eclipse on Bluemix • Websphere Liberty Profile (WLP) – Local application server runtime • CF Commandline Tool – CloudFoundry command for deploying apps
  8. 8. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Create a new application (DEMO) skip
  9. 9. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Create a new application
  10. 10. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Cont‘d: create a new application Name your application. This will be the subdomain URL. Choose „WEB“ for this first timer
  11. 11. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Choose a runtime
  12. 12. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Start coding: download starter code
  13. 13. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Add a service
  14. 14. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Alternative: use a Boilerplate • Choose a Boilerplate from the catalog • A Boilerplate is a predefined runtime with one or more services attached automatically • A Boilerplate can also be edited later • It‘s the easiest way to start over with a complete application structure
  15. 15. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Cont‘d: use a Boilerplate
  16. 16. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Workflow A: Start on Bluemix, continue on local (DEMO)
  17. 17. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Example: Visual Recognition in Node.js
  18. 18. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Add the Visual Recognition Service
  19. 19. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Cont‘d: adding the service
  20. 20. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Start and open the application We will change this later!
  21. 21. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Start coding: add a repository* *) You may have to create an account for JazzHub, too
  22. 22. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Add the sample application to your repo
  23. 23. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Goto your repo and browse or edit code DevOps
  24. 24. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Clone your repo • Learn Git! • Create a folder for your repos • Open a command line (e.g. CMDER)
  25. 25. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Next steps • Open the local project in your IDE • Start coding!
  26. 26. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Optional: use the sample app • Optional: Download the sample app (is this case the „Visual Recognition Starter App“) • Extract the sample app in your project folder (overwrite files if necessary)
  27. 27. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Cont‘d: Next steps • Commit & push changes with Git to your remote repository
  28. 28. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Cont‘d: Next steps • Watch DevOps building & deploying your application in the Cloud
  29. 29. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Finished! • Watch your changes online on IBM Bluemix! Voila!
  30. 30. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Useful resources • DevOps Repo: https://hub.jazz.net/project/<username>/<projectname>/overview • DevOps Build & Deploy: https://hub.jazz.net/pipeline/<username>/<projectname
  31. 31. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Workflow B: Start local, deploy on Bluemix (DEMO)
  32. 32. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Example: Java Web Application • Ingredients: – Eclipse IDE – Bluemix Plugin for Eclipse – Websphere Liberty Profile (WLP) – CF-Tool • Topics covered – manifest.yml – local build tools – .war file
  33. 33. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Setting up Eclipse: install Bluemix plugin
  34. 34. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Cont‘d: install Bluemix plugin • In Eclipse Marketplace, search for „bluemix“and hit enter. • Find „IBM Eclipse Tools for Bluemix“ and hit „Install“. • Follow the installer‘s instructions.
  35. 35. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Setting up Eclipse: install WLP runtime • In Eclipse, goto Window, Preferences, Server, Runtime Environments. Click „Add...“. • Choose IBM, Websphere Application Server Liberty Profile. • Click „Next“.
  36. 36. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Cont‘d: install WLP runtime • On the next screen choose „Install from an archive or a repository“ if you don‘t already have a WLP installed. • Click „Next“.
  37. 37. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Cont‘d: install WLP runtime • On the next screen browse for a destination folder for the WLP installation. • Choose „Download and Install...“. • The search for the WLP repos can take some time. • Then, choose the „Liberty Profile V8.5.5.4 Runtime“ (or newer, not the beta). • Hit „Next“, then accept the license terms. • Click „Next“.
  38. 38. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Cont‘d: install WLP runtime • Almost done! • Leave the settings alone and click „Finish“.
  39. 39. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Verify WLP installation • Open Window, Show View, Servers to open the servers tab. • The WLP should appear right below the IBM Bluemix runtime
  40. 40. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development http://localhost:9080/
  41. 41. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Test WLP installation • Create a new project • File, New, Project... „Dynamic Web Project“
  42. 42. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Cont‘d: Test WLP installation
  43. 43. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Cont‘d: Test WLP installation • Create a sample jsp file „index.jsp“ • Add the project to the WLP runtime
  44. 44. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Cont‘d: Test WLP installation • Start the server and navigate to the URL in a browser
  45. 45. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Next step: deploying on Bluemix • Right-click on the IBM Bluemix Runtime entry in the servers tab • Be sure to NOT have a manifest.yml file • Choose „Add and remove...“ • Select your project • Click „Add“, then „Finish“
  46. 46. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Cont‘d: deploying on Bluemix • Set options for the Bluemix app, e.g. a host URL • These settings are optional • Check „Save to manifest file“ • Click „Finish“
  47. 47. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Cont‘d: deploying on Bluemix • Check the console and your Bluemix dashboard! Voila!
  48. 48. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Alternative: using the CF-Tool • Prerequesites – manifest.yml – WAR file in the project
  49. 49. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Build application: WAR file
  50. 50. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Cont‘d: Build application: WAR file
  51. 51. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Cont‘d: Build application: WAR file
  52. 52. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Deployment: manifest.yml • If there is no manifest.yml file create a new one in the root folder of the project • Contents: applications: - name: ICSUGDemo memory: 512M instances: 1 host: icsugdemo path: ICSUGDemo.war domain: mybluemix.net
  53. 53. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development The CF Tool
  54. 54. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Using the CF Tool • Open a command line • Set the API entry point • Set your target (default: „dev“) • Login to Bluemix
  55. 55. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development • Push the app to Bluemix • Wait until you see that the app has started
  56. 56. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Cont‘d: Using the CF Tool • Verify that the app is running
  57. 57. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Summary • Easy to start • Easy to maintain • Many options & tools • A „developer‘s playground“
  58. 58. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Coming soon! Follow #OpenNTF
  59. 59. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Questions?
  60. 60. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Thank you!
  61. 61. www.ics.ug #icsug Getting started with Bluemix and custom development Sources http://bliker.github.io/cmder/ http://eclipse.org http://bluemix.net http://www.ibm.com/smarterplanet/us/en/ibmwatson/developercloud/doc/visual-recognition/#using http://thoughtsoncloud.com/2014/08/three-tools-work-ibm-bluemix/ https://github.com/cloudfoundry/cli#downloads http://marketplace.eclipse.org/content/ibm-eclipse-tools-bluemix

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