Deploy Web Apps to CloudBees from IntelliJ IDEA 12

In case you didn’t know, the new release of IntelliJ IDEA comes with deployment tools for CloudBees, a rapidly growing cloud platform for Java applications.

At the moment IntelliJ IDEA allows you to connect to your CloudBees account and view/manage deployed applications.

Please follow this quick tutorial to learn how to deploy a simple web application to CloudBees from IntelliJ IDEA.

We hope you’ll enjoy your experience in the clouds with IntelliJ IDEA 12. Feel free to share your feedback with us on the discussion forum and in our issue tracker.

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About Andrey Cheptsov

Andrey Cheptsov is IntelliJ IDEA product marketing manager at JetBrains. He's passionate about productivity, programming languages and tools.
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5 Responses to Deploy Web Apps to CloudBees from IntelliJ IDEA 12

  1. Kannan says:

    I am trying to deploy a grails application to cloudbees …but I am getting the following error.

    2013-05-08 10:09:04,790] Artifact gcloud: Server is not connected. Deploy is not available.
    [2013-05-08 10:09:08,189] Artifact gcloud: Artifact is being deployed, please wait…
    Connected to server
    [2013-05-08 10:09:09,091] Artifact gcloud: Error during artifact deployment. See server log for details.

    I followed the tutorial mentioned here …http://confluence.jetbrains.com/display/IntelliJIDEA/CloudBees to setup the cloudbees-intellij integration.

    Can you please help.

    Thanks

  2. wolf says:

    have downloaded intellij 12 this morning..dont see any ‘cloud bees’ entry
    in settings : where to get ?
    searching for +”Cloud-Bees plugin” +download
    and similar patterns did not find any..

  3. Michael says:

    I have followed the tutorial at the link above ( http://confluence.jetbrains.com/display/IntelliJIDEA/CloudBees ) but my ‘Hello World’ app is built in Groovy/GRAILS 2.2.2 framework. I am unable to duplicate the steps in the tutorial successfully, especially as regards the WAR file, and its location in the project structure.

    I have ultimately been successful, but only after [1] downloading the CloudBees SDK and [2] emulating steps in this tutorial –> ( http://wiki.cloudbees.com/bin/export/RUN/Grails?format=pdf )… however I think this defeats the purpose/utility of having CloudBees support in IntelliJ.

    Are there any resources (I have not been able to find) for the specific case of deploying a GRAILS app to CloudBees PaaS? …. Michael

  4. Andrey Cheptsov says:

    @Michael Yes, CloudBees support is available so far only for WAR artifacts (which is not supported out-of-the-box for Grails applications). I hope we will fix this when the new Cloud API is implemented probably in 13v.

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