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[Press Release] Engine Yard Publishes Guide to PaaS

Ruby on Rails Experts’ New E-Book Explores How This Technology Is Evolving

Austin, TX—March 9, 2018—Engine Yard, the leading provider of support services for Ruby on Rails applications, today announced it is publishing a guide detailing how PaaS is changing amid today’s application development landscape. The e-book, PaaS Is Dead: The Digital Evolution of a “Dying” Platform, is available for free download at www.engineyard.com/paas-is-dead. 

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[Press Release] Engine Yard Publishes Guide to Hiring DevOps

Ruby on Rails Experts' New E-Book Details 5-Step Process for Finding the Best Talent

AUSTIN, Texas—Jan. 4, 2018—Engine Yard, the leading provider of support services for Ruby on Rails applications, today announced it is publishing a guide to help established Ruby developers and teams find and hire top DevOps talent. The e-book, The Complete Guide to Hiring a Ruby DevOps, is available for free download at https://www.engineyard.com/guide-to-hiring-a-ruby-devops.

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[Ebook] Should I Hire DevOps or Outsource to a Provider?

Taking your app to the next level in terms of users and uptime is not a task that should be taken lightly.

You will be engaging with real users, not just beta ones. And because a high number of visitors is what any web or mobile app strives for, teams that are able to ramp up service to handle increased load traffic are the ones that succeed.

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The RVM Guy, Wayne E Seguin Joins OSS Community Grant Program

For many Ruby users, RVM (Ruby Version Manager) is the only way we install and select a version of Ruby (MRI 1.9.2, 1.8.7, Rubinius, JRuby and more), and how we manage isolated gem sets. With .rvmrc files, one project can be frozen against MRI 1.8.7 while another only uses JRuby. Want to use the multi-threaded hydra branch of Rubinius? That’s easy too.

RVM is the tireless pursuit of Wayne E Seguin over the last couple years, and no doubt the next few years to come. Engine Yarders want to say “Thanks Wayne!” for the past and the future, with an Engine Yard OSS Community Grant. This time, instead of assistance with travel and marketing we wanted to do something a little different.

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