I recently spent two weeks helping future architects and technology leaders understand cloud native architecture. We covered many of the concepts covered on the Realscale website. Part of the discussionRead More »
You've built and deployed your app, and you're now starting to experience heavier traffic as it gains traction in the market. Your cloud servers will be experiencing a heavier loadRead More »
We all want to get the most out of cloud servers. We want to find ways to make our spend stretch far when it comes to our cloud infrastructure. WeRead More »
Perhaps you're building a brand new application. Or maybe your current database isn't working well. Choosing the right database for your application can be overwhelming given all the choices availableRead More »
Ruby on Rails makes it easy to get your app up and running. However, there are several ways to make it it even better. This article outlines tips, tricks, andRead More »
Continuing on from where we left off, now that we have our Rails application deployed to a production server using Cloud 66, there are a few more things we needRead More »
When I first started using Cloud 66 a while back, I wasn't exactly sure what the deployment experience would be like. In fact, I had to do a little diggingRead More »
I've been using Ruby on Rails for over 10 years now. When it first came out, deploying a Rails application to production (from configuring your server to making all theRead More »
In this last article for our current microservices series, we'll examine how to combine our Ruby-based and Node-based microservice APIs, into a single Docker-based stack on Cloud 66. The stackRead More »
Your web application or mobile API needs a database, so you'll likely be using apt-get install postgres or brew install postgres to get up-and-running on your laptop. When you deployRead More »
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