For the autosleep feature why not but again only for non-prod application.
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In my previous company, for DEV environment we stop application which have
been not updated since one month except some exception.
We considered that DEV is for active development.
Was just a batch script looking in the CCDB and calling cf-cli to stop
On Thu, Jul 30, 2015 at 7:46 PM, Guillaume Berche <bercheg(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I wonder if there are plans to implement an auto-sleep behavior in
cloudfoundry, in which inactive apps would be automatically stopped after a
max inactivity threshold, and automatically restart upon arrival of traffic
on their routes. Similar to google app engine default behavior 
I did not find mentions of this yet in mailing lists and trackers.
We feel at Orange that such feature can improve the density for some of
our non-prod use-cases (with environmental and financial benefits).
I'd like to know if someone in the community already worked on such
feature or would be interested in collaborating on an opensource
I drafted some specs for a java-based implementation we're planning to
work on . I'd love to hear feedbacks and suggestions on this.
Thanks in advance,
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