This article aims to help developers create a RealScale Architecture for their midsize web applications that can handle scaling up to one million visitors a day. To find out whatRead More »
This is a short article for developers and ops engineers that need to scale an existing web application that is bigger than just one single server but is not quiteRead More »
Today we are happy to announce a huge improvement in the way Cloud 66 backups are taken and managed. As a full stack management the Cloud 66 platform has manyRead 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 »
Last month, James wrote a blog post offering tips for how to manage your production database, while also putting forward the case for using a managed database service. I'm goingRead 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 »
Hey Cloud 66 users! Continuing our series of 'how-to' content, today I'll be providing tips for how you can easily migrate from Heroku to Cloud 66. We've frequently spoken onRead More »
Docker continues to grow in popularity, primarily because of its ease of packaging and distributing code across any environment. Combined with a microservices architecture, Docker empowers developers to build softwareRead More »
We've been long time advocates of immutable infrastructure that's why we've tried hard to making building and cloning stacks easy so you don't mend stacks but tear them down andRead More »
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