What characteristics do you consider when choosing digital servers for saving and retaining a huge amount of information? When doing this you have to remember that later they will become the foundation for your project and give you an opportunity to deploy, monitor and scale all the stages of development. Today we’d like to share with you an information about the most popular cloud services, AWS vs Heroku comparison.
Great! The new 2018 is already here! But the level of your energy is still low. Maybe you were partying too hard. Or maybe 2017 left you completely exhausted. And, to be honest, we’re not able to help you with this. All we can do is sharing something incredible and inspiring with you. Like the last scope of news, we prepared in our Syndicode Digest #37 – Newborn Generator!
Probably, this digest had the hardest path of selecting the news to present. We doubted, then we were certain, then again doubted… But for now, you’re definitely reading the most interesting updates from this week. Here, in our Syndicode Digest #31 – Sigmoidal Uncertainty.
Last time we showed you how to deploy Elixir on Elastic Beanstalk. But as an agency with Rails among favorite frameworks, Syndicode would like to share with you the tutorial on how to deploy a Rails app on AWS Elastic Beanstalk. By the way, we’re looking for the Rails developer!
Dear Friday! Please, let us have a little rest on weekend, bring us calm and knowledge. Make us better developers and don’t ever stop us from improving. But, please, don’t force us to work again until Monday. Amen. Welcome new Friday Syndicode Digest #17 – Wonderland butterfly.
We love instructions. And this time let’s talk about basic setup for Elastic Beanstalk. Little reminding for those who do not (yet) using this service: Elastic Beanstalk is a cloud deployment service that automates the process of setting applications up on the AWS (Amazon Web Services). So how to deploy Elixir on Elastic Beanstalk?