dropwizard-cookbook - Chef custom resource for dropwizard applications

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Custom resource for managing dropwizard applications. This cookbook uses the pleaserun gem to auto-detect and generate init scripts. Theoretically any platform supported by the gem is supported by this cookbook.

https://supermarket.chef.io/cookbooks/dropwizard/
https://github.com/greglu/dropwizard-cookbook

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