Adding SSL to a new or existing Rails application isn’t really that difficult. If the website exists for a while and you want to move to https, then you must properly redirect (301) visitors to the new url. If it’s a new website, then it’s probably a good idea to use SSL from the start. (it’s …
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Start Unicorn on reboot in a Rails application
If you need to run some cron jobs on server, check out the ruby gem whenever. It lets you write cron jobs in ruby way. You can do lots of useful thing using whenever, create database dumps/backups, run scripts/commands on reboot etc. Using whenever to start unicorn on reboot 1. Add whenever to your Gemfile …
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Deploying Ruby on Rails Application to OpenShift PaaS
OpenShift is a Platform as a Service (PaaS) from RedHat. It’s great for deploying web applications as you can setup/scale/manage apps quickly without any hassle, just like Heroku, but the OpenShift platform is available as a free and open source software, so you’re not locked in (you can install OpenShift on your server and create …
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Heroku Alternatives : For Deploying Rails Applications
Don’t like Heroku? Here are some great alternative Deployment Options For Rails Applications!
How to Deploy Rails Application to VPS
How to setup VPS for deploying a Ruby On Rails application! step by step manual for deploying rails app to VPS server, running Ubuntu 12.04 LTS with MySQL, nginx, unicorn, rbenv, capistrano etc.