I'm in the midst of a few new Rails deployments as well as being tasked to revise an existing older deployment to help improve performance.

So, I'm wondering what sort of setup is preferable these days for a dedicated server? The basics I'm aiming to start with are the latest CentOS/RHEL, PostgreSQL, Ruby 2.x, Rails and Apache.

Is Passenger still the way to go these days?

Just curious what others are using these days. BTW- I've looked into and have used third party hosting, like Heroku, but for these particular projects we have to keep the apps and data on physical servers managed by the customers for legal reasons.

Thanks!


Phil

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  • 김성식 at Apr 2, 2013 at 1:25 pm
    Depending on your app feature, The best choice is varying. For rails
    server, unicorn and puma are latest one.


    2013년 4월 2일 화요일 오전 5시 10분 1초 UTC+9, Phil 님의 말:

    I'm in the midst of a few new Rails deployments as well as being tasked to
    revise an existing older deployment to help improve performance.

    So, I'm wondering what sort of setup is preferable these days for a
    dedicated server? The basics I'm aiming to start with are the latest
    CentOS/RHEL, PostgreSQL, Ruby 2.x, Rails and Apache.

    Is Passenger still the way to go these days?

    Just curious what others are using these days. BTW- I've looked into and
    have used third party hosting, like Heroku, but for these particular
    projects we have to keep the apps and data on physical servers managed by
    the customers for legal reasons.

    Thanks!


    Phil
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