04 May '12, 6pm

Loving the recent batch of Railscasts Pro episodes about deployment. Rubber and Amazon EC2

I've done all these things in the past year so I'll pitch in. The best part of using ec2's is you can get your servers to a stateless point. Where you can drop your existing servers at the drop of the hat if they have redundancies. If you were to have a web, app, db server. to split that up you'd start by setting up a new db server where it's solely db and dump your current db over there. I personally love using RDS so I always have a separate db setup to host and I never have to worry about it. Alternatively, you could setup a slave on a separate server and then promote it later. You can then set up more separate app servers, which become part of the network so they'll be managing some load but still working with the web role on the original server. Finally, you can pull out the web role into it's own and the two web servers will work fine and you can drop one seamlessly....

Full article: http://railscasts.com/episodes/347-rubber-and-amazon-ec2?...

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