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New post: Building a PaaS in Ruby

From: Phil W.
Sent on: Tuesday, January 29, 2013 5:29 PM

I just wrote a new blog post, "Building a PaaS in Ruby", in which I give an overview of how Ruby is used within a Stackato PaaS (platform-as-a-service) cluster.

Touches on EventMachine, NATS, OptionParser, DocOpt and Doozerd.


Stackato not only supports developers in pushing apps using any stack, but it is also built using many different technologies and programming languages. Ruby is still the predominant language for these technologies, with Python, Node.js and Go chasing closely behind.

In this blog post I am discussing how Ruby is used in Stackato. This will give some insight into the Ruby cogs that are turning in the background when you deploy your application on a Stackato cluster.

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