Content tagged with: node.js
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.
Learn how to scale an Express and Socket.io based chat application that uses Redis as session store and RabbitMQ as PubSub service.
Learn how Cloud Foundry supports downloading and installing Node.js modules from the Node Package Manager (NPM) directly on the cloud without developers having to upload them. The normal process of creating a Node.js application requires a local installation of the node modules that essentially makes the application self-contained.
Node.js is now a fully supported development platform for building server applications on Windows. What’s more, you can now take your high performance node.js server application and deploy to the cloud on Windows Azure and benefit from pretty much infinite scale. This video how you can build your node.js app on Windows and then deploy it to Windows Azure.
This short video shows you how to build and deploy a simple application to Windows Azure using Node.js. More information on this combination of technologies can be found on Node.js Developer Center.
In recent years, non-relational DBMSs have reemerged with proponents’ claiming advantages in scalability and simplicity. Many of these DBMSs now exist targeted towards a variety of usage scenarios. They are popularly referred to as NoSQL databases. This article looks at two popular NoSQL databases – Redis and MongoDB – and also Mongoose, a popular API that abstracts access to MongoDB.
In this series of video Paul Maritz, VMware CEO, and Rod Johnson, SVP of Application Platform Strategy at VMware, discuss Cloud Foundry, a new open Platform as as Service solution. Topics covered: Spring, ruby, node.js