Skip to content


Switch branches/tags

Latest commit


Git stats


Failed to load latest commit information.
Latest commit message
Commit time

Netflix OSS on Heroku Demo: Eureka Client

This project demonstrates the use of a Netflix OSS with Spring Cloud on Heroku. It defines a trivial service and registers that service with a Eureka server.

Before using this project, you must have a Eureka Server deployed.


Deploy to Heroku

Once it's deployed, you will need to define $EUREKA_URL and $DOMAIN_NAME config variables as described below.


If you have already deploy the Eureka Server to Heroku, then you should already have a Heroku account and toolbelt installed.

Once the Eureka Server is running, clone this project (the client) and move into it's root directory.

$ git clone
$ cd heroku-eureka-demo/

Then create a Heroku application for the client by running this command:

$ heroku create
Creating fast-beach-5250... done, stack is cedar-14 |
Git remote heroku added

Now create a configuration variable to set the URL of the Eureka server.
Run this command, but substitute the URL for `<URL>` in the form `https://user:password@<appname>`:

$ heroku config:set EUREKA_URL=<URL>

Also create a configuration variable for the domain name of your service -- this is the domain name that can be used
to consume your service. By default it will be `<appname>`. You can set it like this:

$ heroku config:set DOMAIN_NAME="<appname>"

You're ready to deploy. There are two methods you can choose from: Git deployment and
Maven deployment. The former compiles the application remotely, while the latter
uses locally compiled artifacts and pushes them to Heroku.

### Deploying with Git

With you're application prepared (as describe above), simply run this command to
deploy via Git:

$ git push heroku master

Your code will be pushed to the remote Git repository, and the Maven process
will execute on the Heroku servers.

### Deploying with Maven

With you're application prepared, simply run this command to
deploy (but replace `<appname>`  with the name of the Heroku application you created):

$ mvn -Dheroku.appName=<appname> heroku:deploy
[INFO] ---> Packaging application...
[INFO]      - app: <appname>
[INFO]      - including: ./target/eureka-client-demo-0.0.1-SNAPSHOT.jar
[INFO]      - installing: OpenJDK 1.8
[INFO] ---> Creating slug...
[INFO]      - file: ./target/heroku/slug.tgz
[INFO]      - size: 79MB
[INFO] ---> Uploading slug...
[INFO]      - stack: cedar-14
[INFO]      - process types: [web]
[INFO] ---> Releasing...
[INFO]      - version: 4
[INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------
[INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------
[INFO] Total time: 01:29 min
[INFO] Finished at: 2015-02-14T11:38:11-06:00
[INFO] Final Memory: 27M/579M
[INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------

## Viewing Your Application

When your chosen deployment method is finished, run this command to view
your application:

$ heroku open

After about 30 seconds, you can check the service was registered with the Eureka server. Log into the server, and
you'll see "MY-SERVICE" under the section titled "Instances currently registered with Eureka".

## Further Reading

+  [Spring Cloud Netflix documentation](
+  [Netflix Eureka](


No description, website, or topics provided.






No releases published


No packages published