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Atlanta Nodejs Developers Message Board › Using Node JS in Production

Using Node JS in Production

Ryan C.
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Atlanta, GA
Post #: 7
Who all is currently working with Node JS in a company in a real production environment?

Would love to hear about any challenges and/or success stories!
Don B.
Atlanta, GA
Post #: 6
Over at Turner we have 7 (+1 that ships next week) node apps running in prod. Most all are on EC2 micro-linux instances. We have two running on Windows using NSSM to keep node.exe running. All are running under node directly (not using IIS or nginx). We're using node-http-proxy on 5 of them and bouncy on the other 2. All hit mongo DBs, one goes to our internal instance and the others go to MongoLab.

Right now, we keep the deployments basic. For the Linux apps we just ssh to the box, git pull the source, and bounce upstart. For the Windows instances we deploy using Octopus (a .Net deploy tool we've shoehorned node into).

I'm sure there's more. just ping me if you want to chat.
David S.
Atlanta, GA
Post #: 1
Our entire platform is based on a full stack environment - node, backbone, mongo, and so on. We basically threw out all of our old code and made the conversion late last year when we shifted the business model fairly substantially. We're involved in the diffusion of open government data and applications, which involves a lot of third party APIs and websites, so this environment has frankly turned some mountains into molehills for us. We're also building out a marketplace application and recurring billing framework based on Stripe with few major issues so far.
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