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Short presentation about rubber - nifty nice gem for managing EC2 instances - get up and running in 30min. Video proof here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j8fl-Hm9CzQ

Short presentation about rubber - nifty nice gem for managing EC2 instances - get up and running in 30min. Video proof here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j8fl-Hm9CzQ

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    Rubber - RuPy Tuesday Rubber - RuPy Tuesday Presentation Transcript

    • From zero to cloud hero (with Rubber)
      • PRUG / RuPy Tuesday 21.06.2011
      • Maciej Litwiniuk, GaldoMedia
    • What?
      • A capistrano/rails plugin that makes it easy to deploy/manage/scale to EC2
    • Why?
      • Easy to start with (REALLY!)
      • You don’t have to pay EY’s
      • Scales both up and down
      • Redundancy baked in
        • You are running in the cloud, so any instance can go poof
        • Can have as many instances in each role as needed to ensure uptime
    • The Power!
      • Deploy and forget in 30 minutes
        • with load balancer
        • two app servers
        • two MySQL servers
    • How?
      • Build on top of Capistrano
      • Gives set of recipes (vulcanizers) preconfigured for most of your needs
        • (apache, nginx, passenger, mysql, memcached, haproxy, monit, mongodb, redis, sphinx)
      • Takes care of DNS and server monitoring
    • Why not?
      • LOTS of magic
      • Limited set of vulcanizers (but it is really a problem?)
      • Only EC2
      • Only console interface
      • Some may like support given by EY / Scalarium / Heroku
    • Where?
      • https://github.com/wr0ngway/rubber
      • http://ginzametrics.com/deploy-rails-app-to-ec2-with-rubber.html
      • http://ilakeruby.blogspot.com/2011/04/rails-rubber-github-amazon-free-tier.html
      • http://www.slideshare.net/wr0ngway/deploying-rails-on-ec2-using-rubber-slides-only
      • http://blog.eizesus.com/2009/03/deploying-ruby-on-rails-on-ec2-using-rubber/
    • Demo time!
    • Q&A
    • Thanks