|From:||Mary Rotman <pragprogpr-AT-post.oreilly.com>|
|Subject:||Deploying Rails--New from Pragmatic Bookshelf|
|Date:||Thu, 19 Jul 2012 11:07:54 -0700|
If you would like to view this information in your browser, click here: http://post.oreilly.com/rd/9z1z1ifkfoem7uue6e8rqu8djg1h2q... O'Reilly Media is a Distributor for Pragmatic Bookshelf For Immediate Release For more information, please contact: Mary Rotman (707) 827-7119 or firstname.lastname@example.org Deploying Rails--New from Pragmatic Bookshelf Deliver Scalable Web Apps using the JVM Raleigh, NC--Today's modern Rails applications have lots of moving parts. Make sure your next production deployment goes smoothly with Deploying Rails: Automate, Deploy, Scale, Maintain, and Sleep at Night (Pragmatic Bookshelf, $30 USD). This hands-on book guides you through the entire production process. You'll set up scripts to install and configure all the software your servers need, including your application code. Once you're in production, you'll learn how to set up systems to monitor your application's health, gather metrics so you can stop problems before they start, and fix things when they go wrong. Deploying Rails takes you on a expertly guided tour of the current best practices in Rails deployment and management. You'll find in-depth explanations on effectively running a Rails app by leveraging popular open source tools such as Puppet, Capistrano, and Vagrant. Then you'll go beyond deployment and learn how to use Ganglia and Nagios to monitor your application's health and gather metrics so you can head off problems before they happen. You'll start out by building your own virtual environment by writing scripts to provision a production server with Vagrant and Puppet. Then you'll leverage the popular Rails deployment tool Capistrano to deploy an application into this infrastructure. Once the app is live, you'll monitor your application's health with Nagios, and configure Ganglia to collect system metrics. Finally, you'll see how to keep your data backed up, recover data when things go wrong, tame your log files, and use Puppet to automate everything along the way. If you're a Rails developer who wants a better understanding of the needs of a production Rails system, if you're a system administrator who wants to manage a Rails application, or if you're bridging the gap between development and operations, this book will be your roadmap to successful production deployment and maintenance, whether your application has ten users or ten million users. Available for e-readers in epub, mobi, and PDF formats direct from the publisher and in paperback from fine bookstores worldwide. What People are Saying "Covering such a wide range of useful topics such as deployment, configuration management, and monitoring, in addition to using industry-standard tools following professionally founded best practices, makes this book an indispensable resource for any Rails developer." --Mitchell Hashimoto, Lead developer, Vagrant "Targeted for the developer, Deploying Rails presents, in a clear and easily understandable manner, a bevy of some of the less intuitive techniques it has taken me years to assemble as a professional." --James Retterer, Senior software engineer, Getty Images "Deploying Rails will help you transform your deployment process from brittle chaos into something organized, understandable, and repeatable." --Trek Glowacki, Independent developer For a review copy or more information please email email@example.com. Please include your delivery address and contact information. 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