Posts Tagged “spring”
Transparency makes the difference between a system that improves over time in production and one that stagnates on decays.
Spring Boot comes with a number of production ready endpoints that expose information about your application’s configuration and health. This insight is vital for monitoring. By default Spring Actuator functionality is accessible via Spring MVC. This is not ideal when you use Jersey (JAX-RS) as your primary web service framework. In fact, if you use Spring Boot’s Jersey Starter sample project, the endpoints don’t even work out of the box (see Issue #2025). In this post, I’m going to demonstrate how to expose the Actuator endpoints via Jersey.