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Nikhil primarily works as a Ruby application developer with ThoughtWorks. He enjoys writing fast web-apps as much as he likes writing Chef cookbooks. He also digs everything that is GNU/Linux/Emacs. Professionally, he's worked on several offshore development projects and knows the challenges of working with distributed agile teams and enterprise data centers. He blogs at blog.hyfather.com and tweets using @hyfather. Nikhil has posted 4 posts at DZone. You can read more from them at their website. View Full User Profile

Deployment Patterns in the Ruby on Rails World

12.21.2011
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@AjeyGore and I present deployment patterns and paradigms that we've observed and influenced while consulting and enabling numerous clients.

The ones at the beginning are ideal for smaller scale applications that do not typically need to scale fast.
We also go on to talk on more advanced patterns by using system-level packing tools that can enable an application to scale very rapidly with the help of Chef or Puppet.

We presented this at DevOpsDays Bangalore 2011.



Source:  http://blog.hyfather.com/deployment-patterns-in-the-ruby-on-rails-worl

 

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