Posts tagged Tutorial

Deploy a Ruby on Rails Application on AWS Elastic Beanstalk and scale it with Memcache

Want to deploy a Ruby on Rails application on AWS Elastic Beanstalk that is ready to scale? We’ll explore how to set up your Elastic Beanstalk environment, hook it up to a database, deploy your application, and finally how to use Memcache to speed it up.

We’ll walk you through creating the application from start to finish, but you can view the finished product source code here.

Deploy a Django Application on AWS Elastic Beanstalk and scale it with Memcache

Want to deploy a Django application on AWS Elastic Beanstalk that is ready to scale? We’ll explore how to set up your Elastic Beanstalk environment, hook it up to a database, deploy your application, and finally how to use Memcache to speed it up.

We’ll walk you through creating the application from start to finish, but you can view the finished product source code here.

Scaling a Laravel Application with Memcache on DigitalOcean

In this tutorial, we’re going to use Digital Ocean’s pre-build LEMP stack image to deploy a simple Laravel application and demonstrate how to use Memcache to improve application performance. (LEMP is Linux + Nginx + MySQL + PHP.)

Scaling an Express.js Application with Memcache on DigitalOcean

In this guide, we’ll explore how to create a simple Express 4 application, deploy it using DigitalOcean, then add Memcache to alleviate a performance bottleneck.

Build a Django one-click-app on DigitalOcean and scale it with Memcache

Update: One-click-apps are now Marketplace images.

This tutorial will walk you through the steps of creating a simple Django One-Click application on DigitalOcean and then add Memcache to prevent or alleviate a performance bottleneck.

We’ll walk you through creating the application from start to finish, but you can view the finished product source code here.

Deploy a Laravel application on AWS Elastic Beanstalk and scale it with Memcache

Want to learn how to create a Laravel application on Elastic Beanstalk that is ready to scale? We’ll explore how to set up your Elastic Beanstalk environment, hook it up to a database, deploy your application, and finally how to use Memcache to speed it up.

Build a Rails one-click-app on DigitalOcean and scale it with Memcache

Update: One-click-apps are now Marketplace images.

This tutorial will walk you through the steps of creating a simple Rails One-Click application on DigitalOcean and then add Memcache to prevent or alleviate a performance bottleneck.

Deploy a Flask application on AWS Elastic Beanstalk and scale it with Memcache

Want to deploy a Flask application on Elastic Beanstalk that is ready to scale? We’ll explore how to set up your Elastic Beanstalk environment, hook it up to a database, deploy your application, and finally how to use Memcache to speed it up.

How to scale a Django Application on PythonAnywhere with Memcache

This guide shows how to create a simple Django 2.1 application on PythonAnywhere and then add Memcache to alleviate a performance bottleneck.

We’ll walk you through creating the application from start to finish, but you can view the finished product source code here.

How to scale a Flask Application on PythonAnywhere with Memcache

In this tutorial you will learn how to create a simple Flask 1.0 application on PythonAnywhere and then add Memcache to alleviate a performance bottleneck.

We’ll walk you through creating the application from start to finish, but you can view the finished product source code here.

Build a Gin application on AWS Elastic Beanstalk and scale it with Memcache

We’ll walk through how to create a simple Gin Gonic application, and how to deploy it using Amazon Elastic Beanstalk. Once the application is set up and deployed, we’ll explore ways that using Memcache can provide a solution to some common performance bottlenecks you might come across.

We’ll walk you through creating the application from start to finish, but you can view the finished product source code here.

Build a Spring Boot Application on Pivotal Web Services and scale it with Memcache

In this tutorial we’ll learn how to create a simple Spring Boot 2 application (based on the Spring Framework 5), deploy it to Pivotal Web Services, then add Memcache to alleviate a performance bottleneck.

Scaling an Express.js Application with Memcache on Amazon Elastic Beanstalk

In this guide, we’ll explore how to create a simple Express 4 application, deploy it using Amazon Elastic Beanstalk, then add Memcache to alleviate a performance bottleneck.

MemCachier with Django, Docker and AWS Elastic Container Service

In this tutorial we’re going to look a little beyond the usual “getting started” Django tutorials to look at some of the things you might want to do to deploy applications to production.