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Phusion Passenger™ is an open source, polyglot (multi-language) application server. It takes a lot of complexity out of deploying Meteor, and adds powerful enterprise-grade features that are useful in production.
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submitted over 4 years ago, by pineapple
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Hmmm this looks interesting. Has anyone used Phusion before? I'm debating on setting up something like this on Linode or scaling horz on something like Nodejitsu or Modulus. I'm not sure I want the extra headache of Linode/EC2 :D

SkinnyGeek1010, over 4 years ago


I use it for all my rails apps, it's fantastic, and imo beats unicorn. Although you do need to pay for ZD deployments, but thats all good it's cheap.

pineapple, over 4 years ago


Bummer, I tried it out on a linux server and my laptop but neither would work. It just keep refreshing over and over. If you navigated to the port for each instance then it would work individually.

Good support though... they answered back within 10mins with an earlier database issue.

What are ZD deployments?

SkinnyGeek1010, over 4 years ago


ah, zero downtime deployments

pineapple, over 4 years ago


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