Centralized logging can be very useful when attempting to identify problems with your servers or applications, as it allows you to search through all of your logs in a singleRead More »
At Cloud 66 we are happy to announce that the Webpacker Gem and Yarn is available now by default to our Rails/Rack users. Why is this important? Historically, addingRead More »
Introduction Last month I shared a simple but effective strategy of how to create a Redis Mutex in your Ruby applications to handle cross-process/cross server synchronisation. As a quickRead More »
No website user like to remember yet another password. No developer wants to write another user authentication system with account lockouts, password reset and 2 factor authentications. No administrator likesRead More »
This blog post will explain how to use Ruby Mutex and synchronise it on many servers. Dip into Ruby Mutex Mayhem and learn from some example code.Read More »
Quite often, the task of investigating voodoo wizardry behind asset pipeline issues falls to me - a case in point is this previous blog post where software versioning was theRead More »
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 »
This Case Study features Sembly, an audience response system for colleges, universities and conferences. It covers the details of Sembly’s infrastructure setup, which includes the use of timetables API,Read More »
Let's talk about software versioning. I spent a large chunk of time debugging a strange issue on behalf of a customer. This customer had a Rails stack with three webRead More »
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