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Me “ Ayumu Aizawa @ayumin “ Developer Marketing, AdvocateHeroku Evangelist at Salesforce.com Enterprise system architect Ruby committer 2009-2011 RubyKaigi organizer
FAQ “ Are you a Heroku guy? or Salesforce guy? “ The answer is both YES.All Heroku guys are Employee of Salesforce.com. Bridging Heroku and Salesforce.com is my primary responsibility.
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POWERED BY: REQUIREMENTS:2 Processes Rapid deploymentKoi Database Extensive third party servicesCron, Airbrake, SendGrid, Painless video encodingPG Backups, ZenCoder
REQUIREMENTS: POWERED BY: Highly productive platform 90 Processes/Ika DB Scalable for 25M fans New Relic, Cron, PG Backups Extensible with add-ons REQUIREMENTS:POWERED BY: Highly productive platform43 Processes/Koi DB Scalable for 25M fansNew Relic Premium Extensible with add-ons
What is Heroku?“ Heroku (pronounced her-OH-koo) is a cloud application platform – a new way of building and deploying web apps. Our service lets app developers spend 100% of their time on “ their application code, not managing servers, deployment, ongoing operations, or scaling.Heroku (へろく) は、クラウド・アプリケーション・プラットフォーム-- ウェブアプリケーションを開発・展開する新しい方法です。私たちのサービスは、開発者が彼らの時間を100%アプリケーションコードに費やすことができるようにし、サーバー管理、デプロイ、システム運用、拡張から解放します。 http://about.heroku.com/#what_is_heroku
Philosophy “ Developer productivity is our battle cry, at the core of everything we do. A deployment platform’s workflow and experience should be designed. Every decision – from what HTTP cache to use, to the order of command-line flags, to the color of the buttons – has been made with a maniacal focus on developer productivity. “ 「開発者の生産性（Developer Productivity）」は、我々がおこなうあらゆることについて中心的なテーマである。 プラットフォームのワークフローと操作性について、あらゆる議論は「開発者の生産性」に徹底的に拘っている。
FAQ “ Why Salesforce.com bought Heroku? “ Byron says … Salesfoce.com needs Platform for social enterprise.Salesforceはエンタープライズのソフトウェア企業で、それはそうです。しかしSalesforceはクラウドを理解していると同時に、Web2.0、ソーシャル、モバイルなどどんな呼び方をしてもいいですが、そうした新しいアプリのパワーを分かっています。 http://www.atmarkit.co.jp/news/201103/03/heroku.html
FAQ “ What are you doing for Heroku in Japan? “ Everything for developers who are using Heroku in Japan.For example: Holding events, meetup, workshop. Notice information via Twitter, Facebook, Blog … etc Gathering issue around Heroku from Japan. Preparing support for business in Japan.
EventsHeroku will held 2type of event. Meetup WorkshopAny events related to Heroku are WELCOME! Let me know if you need help
Notifications@herokujp www.facebook.com/ herokujp
FAQ “ What can we do for Heroku in Japan? “ Having fun on Heroku.For example: Tweeting, Blogging, Having presentation. #herokujp Deep diving to Heroku architecture. Github: heroku Small Apps for community. Create Social Apps on Facebook. Provide your service as Heroku add-on.
Facebook AppHeroku is Default server for Facebook App
Add-onYou can provide your service as Heroku Add-on
Your Cloud ServiceApp ResourceApp Resource
FAQ “ How to contact Heroku, when I had problem? “Status: https://status.heroku.com/Resources: http://devcenter.heroku.com/Support: https://support.heroku.com/ email@example.com (if you necessarily in Japanese)