Application logging is essential to monitoring applications and diagnosing problems, but in a cloud universe where file systems may be ephemeral and application instances are provisioned dynamically keeping track of your application logs can be a challenge. Fortunately with Cloud Foundry you can get fast, multi-instance, cloud-proof application logging in just a few steps with RabbitMQ In this blog post I’ll show you how to configure a Spring application so that it logs messages via AMQP. But first, what are the benefits? The primary motivations are that it’s fast and it doesn’t rely on the local file system of your application (which can disappear in a cloud environment).
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