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Deploying and Monitoring
Ruby on Rails
A practical guide




Mathias Meyer and Jonathan Weiss, 02.09.2008
Peritor GmbH
Who are we?

                           Jonathan Weiss

                           •  Consultant for Peritor GmbH in Berli...
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Presentation by Jonathan Weiss at RailsConf Europe 2008 in Berlin.

Deploying and monitoring a Rails application is not a trivial task, especially for people coming from the Java or PHP world. This tutorial will introduce the different setup and deployment options available to Rails developers. Covered topics will include JRuby, Mongrel, Capistrano and Webistrano among other monitoring and deployment best practices.

Deploying And Monitoring Rails

  1. Deploying and Monitoring Ruby on Rails A practical guide Mathias Meyer and Jonathan Weiss, 02.09.2008 Peritor GmbH
  2. Who are we? Jonathan Weiss •  Consultant for Peritor GmbH in Berlin •  Specialized in Rails, Scaling, Deployment, and Code Review •  Webistrano - Rails deployment tool •  FreeBSD Rubygems and Ruby on Rails maintainer http://www.peritor.com http://blog.innerewut.de 2
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Presentation by Jonathan Weiss at RailsConf Europe 2008 in Berlin. Deploying and monitoring a Rails application is not a trivial task, especially for people coming from the Java or PHP world. This tutorial will introduce the different setup and deployment options available to Rails developers. Covered topics will include JRuby, Mongrel, Capistrano and Webistrano among other monitoring and deployment best practices.

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