LOTD #4: Rails running on GlassFish @ LinkedIn
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at LinkedIn has
for running their Rails
application. One of the developers on the
Using Warbler, we
successfully wrapped our Rails applications into WAR files and deployed
on Glassfish (weâ€™ll probably write a more detailed tutorial of this at
a future date). A WAR file is completely self contained application
that can be deployed simply by copying to an autodeploy directory. No
more Apache/Nginx reverse proxy, no more Capistrano, no more installing
gems on a production container, no more of any of that madness. This
was a huge win, and we broke out the champagne bottles.
Read the complete entry at:
Connection Pooling for Rails on GlassFish
Stay tuned for more details!
development and GlassFish
deployment already provide an href="http://developers.sun.com/appserver/reference/techart/rails_gf/">ideal
environment for Rails deployment. You can read about
successful deployments of Rails and GlassFish href="http://blogs.sun.com/arungupta/tags/rubyonrails+stories">here.
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