Buildpacks provide framework and runtime support for apps. Buildpacks typically examine your apps to determine what dependencies to download and how to configure the apps to communicate with bound services.
The NodeChef platform supports buildpacks which allows you to deploy applications written in any language.
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Open source Cloudfoundry and community developed buildpacks curated by NodeChef. Suitable for most application needs. You can also use your own custom buildpacks which is explained under the deployment section.
|Name||usage||Supported Languages, Frameworks, and Technologies||Source Code|
|java||Grails, Play, Spring, or any other JVM-based language or framework||Source|
|php||Cake, Symfony, Zend, Nginx, or HTTPD||Source|
|python||Django or Flask||Source|
|ruby||Ruby, JRuby, Rack, Rails, or Sinatra||Source|
|elixir||Elixir apps. Use with the phoenix-static buildpack to build static assets.||Source|
The NodeChef task manager allows you in real time to monitor the memory and CPU usage of your App. You can also monitor incoming client connections (traffic) and the total requests per second dispatched to your app containers. You can also monitor your application logs in real-time from the dashboard.
The NodeChef platform provides the following metrics from the dashboard. Metrics are available for a up to 24 hours.