Did you know that ...
Gem is already used in production
- GlassFish Gem can be used to run Rails, Merb,
Sinatra, and any other Rack-based framework
- Capistrano recipes are available for
starting/stopping/bouncing the server
- With GlassFish,
standard Java monitoring techniques like JMX can be used for monitoring
provide a complete development environment for Rails applications
There are many other similar nuggets that I'll be covering in my
href="http://railsconf.com">Rails Conf 2009
session. Details are given below:
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with pleasure, Deploy with Fun: GlassFish and NetBeans for a better
Tuesday, May 5th, 2009, 1:50pm
and avail a 15% discount using the code: RC09FOS.
I plan to attend
sessions, lets see how many I can make :-) And of course,
you'll see me in the
you'll get to meet Project
Kenai team, they form the foundation for Sun's connected
developer experience. Read about their participation href="http://blogs.sun.com/projectkenai/entry/project_kenai_is_off_to">here
and meet them to learn about href="http://wiki.netbeans.org/NewAndNoteworthyMilestone3NB67#section-NewAndNoteworthyMilestone3NB67-ConnectedDeveloperIntegrationWithKenai.com">NetBeans
and Kenai integration.
And if you are interested in running with fellow attendees, follow
And it's Vegas baby!
JRuby and GlassFish is already used in production
. Do you have a success story to share ? I'll be happy to promote at RailsConf.Technorati: conf