Containers for Rails Developers: Use Containers While Staying True to Your ROR Roots

As a company running on Ruby on Rails and with hundreds of our customers running Rails to power their businesses I thought what better opportunity to share our experience of moving our Ruby on Rails application to run in containers and on top of Kubernetes.

Our Stack

Cloud 66 has been a Rails company from the very first days. Our application stack consists of a main Rails app that we call Central, a MySQL backend, Redis and Memcached for persistent and non-persistent caching, Faye as our...

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