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Updated README to allow for production use

This commit rewords the README to read that production use is ok within
the given parameters of what the local deployer is capable of doing.
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mminella authored and trisberg committed Jul 19, 2017
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== Spring Cloud Local Deployer
WARNING: Spring Cloud Local Deployer is strictly only meant to be used for development. This
implementation is not recommended for production use because there’s no high availability, fault-tolerance,
or resiliency mechanics; hence, there are no reliable execution guarantees associated with it.
Spring Cloud Local Deployer is an implementation of the Spring Cloud Deployer SPI for use
to deploy applications on the same machine. This occurs by this application spawning a
new JVM process for the deployed application.
NOTE: It's important to note that this deployer spawns new JVMs that are not monitored
or maintained by this deployer. No attempts at high availability, fault tolerance, or
resiliency are provided by the deployer. Since the deployer SPI expects an underlying
platform to provide that level of resiliency, any use of this deployer in a production
environment should be accompanied with additional monitoring at the app level (the apps
this deployer deploys). This deployer will not be updated to take on those requirements.
Therefore the user is encouraged to explore the CloudFoundry and Kubernetes variants as
ways to meet them.
=== Building
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```
./mvnw clean package
```

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