Deploy the App
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In this step you will deploy the app to Swisscom Application Cloud.
Push your app to the cloud by executing the following command and replacing the “my-random-hostname” with your own hostname. This will be part of the URL your app will be reached at and it has to be globally unique so be creative. The
-m 64M tells Cloud Foundry to use 64MB of memory for our app which should be plenty. The
-b tells Cloud Foundry to use the .NET Core buildpack.
$ cf push my-dotnetcore-app -m 64M -n my-random-hostname -b https://github.com/cloudfoundry/dotnet-core-buildpack.git Creating app my-dotnetcore-app in org MyOrg / space MySpace as firstname.lastname@example.org... OK Creating route my-random-hostname.scapp.io... OK Binding my-random-hostname.scapp.io to my-dotnetcore-app... OK Uploading my-dotnetcore-app... Uploading app files from: /.../cf-sample-app-dotnetcore Uploading 1.2K, 3 files Done uploading OK ... requested state: started instances: 1/1 usage: 64M x 1 instances urls: my-random-hostname.scapp.io last uploaded: Wed Mar 30 14:10:57 UTC 2016 stack: unknown buildpack: dotnetcore 1.0.2
The application is now deployed. Ensure that the app is running:
$ cf app my-dotnetcore-app Showing health and status for app my-dotnetcore-app in org MyOrg / space MySpace as email@example.com... OK requested state: started instances: 1/1 usage: 64M x 1 instances urls: my-random-hostname.scapp.io last uploaded: Wed Mar 30 14:10:57 UTC 2016 stack: cflinuxfs2 buildpack: dotnetcore 1.0.2 state since cpu memory disk details #0 running 2016-10-10 01:17:02 PM 0.0% 32.1M of 64M 555.9M of 1G
Now visit the app at the URL. You can find the URL in the
urls property of the statement above.