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April 10, 2012

Continuous Delivery

by Brian Kaney

This will cover a project management approach where features are delivered as soon as they are complete; and contrast this style from scheduled releases and iteration-based planning.

A Pragmatic Approach to Rails Deployments and Operations

by Josh Nichols

Once a Rails application leaves the tender embraces of the development environment, it's an entirely new set of pitfalls and dangers to navigate. The care and feeding of a budding Rails application as takes its first steps into the wilds of the internet requires patience, dedication, and the most importantly: love. At Rails Machine, we've been able to thrive while managing and operating hundreds of Rails applications. I'll be talking about exactly what 'Rails Deployments and Operations' means and how it relates to The Business (HA HA!). I'll also outline with some pragmatic principles and guidelines, and see how we can apply them to a selection of operational topics. Deployment, hosting, configuration management, monitoring, and lots of other nouns.