Content tagged with: ruby
In this talk, I am going to briefly talk about “what cloud is” and highlight the various types of cloud (IaaS, PaaS, SaaS). The bulk of the talk will be about using the fog gem using IaaS. Fog is a ruby cloud services library. I will discuss fog concepts (collections, models, requests, services, providers) and supporting these with actual examples using fog.
Pivotal Labs starts new projects every week, and we want to have CI set up, building and tagging releases in a few hours, not a few days. For our Rails projects we built a gem, Lobot, for setting up Jenkins instances in the Cloud on Amazon EC2 with Chef. I’ll explain what actually goes on behind the scenes when bringing up CI on EC2 and share with you the tools we use for CI on Rails projects.
You want to start developing Ruby apps and deploying them to Heroku, but you don’t know where to start? No problem! Join this session and learn how to write your first rockin’ Ruby app. We’ll provide an introduction to Rails3, working with Postgres, deploying to Heroku, and Heroku best practices. At the end of the session, you’ll have a complete sample to download and get started immediately.
Over the past year, Heroku has expanded by going polyglot and supporting languages like Java, Clojure, Python, Node.js, and Scala in addition to Ruby. In this session, we will discuss major updates to the platform and our emphasis on making the Ruby developer experience even better. We’ll leave plenty of time at the end for any questions.
Learn how you can quickly deploy your Ruby applications to Cloud Foundry. Jennifer Hickey demonstrates deployment of both Sinatra and Rails apps without modifying a single line of code. She will also show some new techniques for accessing Cloud Foundry services from your Ruby code. You will see some new tools for interacting with your app once it’s deployed. You may even get a sneak peek at some brand new Ruby deployment options!
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.
UC Berkeley is offering a free online Software Engineering for Software as a Service course that will start in February 2012. This course teaches the engineering fundamentals for long-lived software using the highly-productive Agile development method for Software as a Service (SaaS) using Ruby on Rails.
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.