Ruby powered by Bitnami (PV)
This image is for customers that require legacy paravirtualization support (PV). New deployments should use the "Ruby powered by Bitnami" image at https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B00NNZTYQU . Bitnami RubyStack greatly simplifies the development and deployment of Ruby on Rails applications. Ruby on Rails is a full-stack MVC framework for database-backed web applications that is optimized for programmer happiness... Read more
2.3.3-0 on Ubuntu 14.04.3 (Other available versions)
- 2.3.1-6 on Ubuntu 14.04.3
Linux/Unix, Ubuntu 14.04.3
64-bit Amazon Machine Image (AMI) (Read more)
AWS Services Required
Amazon EC2, Amazon EBS
- Ready to run Ruby on Rails development environment
- Includes Ruby, RubyGems, Rails, ImageMagick, Subversion, SQLite, MySQL, Apache, PHP, phpMyAdmin, Git, nginx, sphinx and more
- Regularly updated with the latest stable release of each component
This image is for customers that require legacy paravirtualization support (PV). New deployments should use the "Ruby powered by Bitnami" image at https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B00NNZTYQU . Bitnami RubyStack greatly simplifies the development and deployment of Ruby on Rails applications. Ruby on Rails is a full-stack MVC framework for database-backed web applications that is optimized for programmer happiness and sustainable productivity. It lets you write beautiful code by favoring convention over configuration. Bitnami RubyStack includes ready-to-run versions of Ruby, Rails, RubyGems, Apache, MySQL, SQLite, Subversion, Apache, PHP, phpMyAdmin, Git, nginx, sphinx, Imagemagick and more. It is completely integrated and configured, so you'll be ready to start developing your application as soon as the AMI is launched onto Amazon EC2. Bitnami RubyStack is regularly updated to make sure that you always have access to the latest stable releases of each of the bundled components.
- Version: 2.3.3-0 on Ubuntu 14.04.3
- Available on AWS Marketplace Since: 03/08/2012
Once the instance is running, enter the public DNS provided by Amazon into your browser. You will then see the Bitnami Welcome Page. Click the 'Access my application' link to visit the Ruby application. Please check our documentation at https://bitnami.com/aws-credentials to learn how to get your password. You may change this username and password within the application settings. You can also access your instance via SSH using the username 'bitnami' and your Amazon private key. For additional setup instructions and frequently asked questions please go to https://docs.bitnami.com/aws/infrastructure/ruby/
Ruby powered by Bitnami (PV)
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