In this final post of the four-part series on deploying standalone apps to Cloud Foundry, we will explore how to build and deploy JVM-based web applications that aren’t packaged as traditional WAR files. This includes applications that are built on top of an NIO Framework like Grizzly or Netty (notable frameworks include Blue Eyes and vert.x) and applications that ship their own container, such as an embedded Jetty server.
Also in this series:
Cloud Foundry Improves Support For Background Processing
Running Resque Workers on Cloud Foundry
Running Workers on Cloud Foundry with Spring
Deploying a Spray Application to Cloud Foundry
Spray is a suite of lightweight Scala libraries for building and consuming RESTful web services on top of Akka.