AWS Developer Blog

Tag: Rails

RailsConf 2015 Recap

Recently, Trevor, Loren, and myself from the AWS SDK team attended RailsConf in Atlanta. We had a great time at the conference and enjoyed connecting with many of you there. Our Rails on Amazon Web Services Workshop At RailsConf, we ran a workshop called Deploy and Manage Ruby on Rails Apps on AWS. It was […]

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Announcing the aws-sdk-rails Gem

With the release of V2 of the AWS SDK for Ruby, we’ve received customer feedback asking for support for the Ruby on Rails integration features provided by V1 of the SDK. Today, we’re excited to announce the release of the aws-sdk-rails gem, available now via RubyGems and, of course, on GitHub. To get started, add […]

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Caching the Rails Asset Pipeline with Amazon CloudFront

Amazon CloudFront is a content delivery web service. It integrates with other Amazon Web Services to give developers and businesses an easy way to distribute content to end users with low latency, high data transfer speeds, and no minimum usage commitments. Ruby on Rails introduced the asset pipeline in version 3.1. The Rails asset pipeline […]

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Deploying Ruby on Rails Applications to AWS OpsWorks

To begin our series on using Ruby on Rails with Amazon Web Services, we are going to start at the beginning: deploying our application. Today, we will be deploying our application to AWS OpsWorks. Following along with this post, you should be able to deploy our "Todo Sample App" to AWS using OpsWorks, with your […]

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Blog Series: Ruby on Rails on Amazon Web Services

Welcome to a series on how to integrate Ruby on Rails apps with Amazon Web Services. In this series, we’re going to start from scratch with a simple app, and show you how to make it scalable, highly available, and fault tolerant. The Sample App For this blog series, we have built a sample app […]

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DynamoDB Session Store for Rack Applications

Today we are announcing a new RubyGem that enables your Ruby on Rails or Rack-based applications to store session data inside of Amazon DynamoDB. The gem acts as a drop-in replacement for session stores inside of Rails and can also run as a Rack middleware for non-Rails apps. You can read more about how to […]

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