NOTE: This buildpack is currently experimental.
For use with backplane.io in conjunction with heroku.com.
The Backplane buildpack will do the following things at compile time:
backplane connect- This will get its labels from the
BACKPLANE_LABELSenvironment variable and its authentication token from
If you haven't already created a route now is a good time to do so:
$ backplane route myendpoint.com "some=label"
Add the Backplane buildpack to the list of buildpacks for your Heroku app and configure:
$ heroku buildpacks:add https://github.com/backplane/backplane-heroku-buildpack $ heroku config:set BACKPLANE_LABELS="some=label" $(backplane generate env | grep TOKEN)
You are now ready to deploy:
$ git push heroku master
NOTE: You may now turn off inbound traffic from Heroku's router by changing your process name from
wwwor whatever you see fit. Each process should still bind to
127.0.0.1:$PORTwhere the backplane agent will be looking for it. However, if you do change the process name, be sure to whitelist it with the BACKPLANE_PROCESS_ALLOW environment variable.
For more information on setting up backplane see
Use enviroment variable
BACKPLANE_PROCESS_ALLOW to whitelist process types
which serve http traffic. If left unset, the process type 'web' and 'www' will be whitelisted
$ heroku config:set BACKPLANE_PROCESS_ALLOW=www,admin
At times Heroku may report:
Push rejected, failed to detect set buildpack https://github.com/backplane/backplane-heroku-buildpack
This happens intermittently without changes to the buildpack and "fixes itself" after some time due to what we believe to be issues on Heroku's end. Please contact email@example.com and also file a ticket with Heroku support the issue does not resolve itself in a timely manner.
Copy the snippet above into CLI.