Web As Pipe: State of the Art Rails Deployment

June 28, 2006 § Leave a comment

James Duncan Davidson basically writes the article I’ve been meaning to, but (as usual) way
better. In particular, he explains precisely why FastCGI is so “weak”, and also
why the Mongrel/HTTP proxy model is so powerful. Moreover, he even captures how
“un-original” (yet revolutionary!) all of this is.
Yeah!

P.S. In semi-related news, Mongrel is
Ruby
license
d,
no longer under the GPL Double-Yeah!

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