Content tagged with: engine yard
Node.js is one of the most popular, up and coming runtimes and it is available on Engine Yard Cloud Platform. This video walks through the steps required to get a Node.js application running on Engine Yard Cloud.
This video shows how easy it is to deploy Ruby or PHP applications to a Hybrid Cloud using the Engine Yard Platform as a Service and a Cloudstack-based infrastructure. In fact, you can do so with little to no configuration.
After Salesforce aquisition of Heroku, Engine Yard is the leading stand-alone Ruby platform for developers. Has Heroku gotten stronger under the Salesforce umbrella? This interview with John Dillon, CEO and founder of Engine Yard, discusses Engine Yard’s competitive edge again Heroku and whether Engine Yard would exit in the same manner and which companies would make sense to be acquired by. “A lot of companies who don’t know the cloud will buy their way in,” said Dillon, predicting a lot more M&A to come.
How do you deploy Rails 3.1 Applications to Engine Yard Cloud? Michael Latta shares in this blog post his knowledge on how to deploy new and existing Rails 3.1 projects on the Engine Yard Cloud. He proposes a list of questions that you should ask yourself and gives guidance on what to do with the answers.
John Dillon was appointed chief executive in 2009. He explains why Engine Yard has widened its offer with the recent acquisition of Orchestra to support the even larger market of PHP developers.
This interesting blog post compares four cloud hosting solutions for ruby on rails, presenting for each providers the available plans and technical infrastructure.