I sometimes use 18080 to quickly check progress and/or verify something
quick, it's been helpful.
I haven't used 18090.
It seems that the availability of that service has not been great but
improved, if it's on 99% of the time then we should keep one of them.
In parallel we need to work on hawkular.io which would be SaaS-like,
with data persisted and easy to upgrade when we want to. I have the
infrastructure (CPU/memory/disk) ready on public OS1 since last week, we
still need to deploy Hawkular and make Hawkular support tenants.
On 04/30/2015 10:33 PM, Matthew Mahoney wrote:
The JON QE team is querying feedback regarding the availability &
usefulness of the Public Hawkular Instances:
(Try it out - "kick the tires
(On-demand build for Development /
* Are either of these instances being used, and if so for what purpose?
* What can we do to make these instances more usable / useful?
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