THIS TUTORIAL HAS REQUIREMENTS AND INSTRUCTIONS LISTED BELOW
If you use Heroku for your pet projects, then you can now use open source Cloud Foundry for your work projects.
By the end of this tutorial, you will have your own entire Platform as a Service running on AWS!
Dr. Nic will also describe how easily you can get Cloud Foundry running on your own AWS account or on OpenStack running on your macmini or your corporate data center. We look at how to scale it, how to upgrade it over time, and most importantly: how to deploy applications in less than 30 seconds.
By the end of this tutorial, for just $3 you will have your own entire Platform as a Service running on AWS.
TUTORIAL REQUIREMENTS AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR ATTENDEES
Prerequisites to the tutorial include:
* a laptop with Ruby 1.9.3 installed
* an AWS account signed up for EC2
* and an account with a DNS provider (with a wildcard domain already setup with a really short TTL)
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This tutorial is sponsored by Pivotal
Dr Nic has been presenting at International Conferences since 2007,
including RailsConf, RubyConf, RailsConf Europe, QCON, JAOO, RubyEnRails,
Rails Underground, Rails Summit Latin America, RubyConf Europe, RubyFools,
OSDC, and RailsCamp.
He is Australian and thinks he is funny.
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