This time our digest arrived a bit later than usual. We decided to separate it from our JS digest and give it more time to collect the most interesting Rails projects for you. In this monthly trending Ruby on Rails repositories collected on May 20, you’ll find a full-featured ElasticSearch Ruby Client, Graph APIs, Rails engine for static pages, ORM for Amazon’s DynamoDB for Ruby applications, and many other interesting and useful Ruby/Rails Github projects!
Did you hear this awesome news? That AWS Lambda now supports Ruby! And we can’t leave you just with that information. We demand more knowledge! We’re excited to share the announcement that Amazon Transcribe Streaming Transcription Support in the AWS SDK for Ruby.
If you remember, ones we promised you to update our material about AWS vs. GCP comparison? Today we eventually have done this! Meet the new AWS vs. Google Cloud vs. Microsoft Azure with emphasis of that they have in common and what are their main differences!
Today we’d like to tell you about Corral! This is a serverless MapReduce framework. In a nutshell, Corral is a framework for writing arbitrary MapReduce applications that can be executed in AWS Lambda. It was the result of using Lambda as an execution environment (like Hadoop MapReduce uses YARN).
How do you know if your pods are getting any traffic? Oh, yes, a pod is the basic building block of Kubernetes, it is the smallest and simplest unit in the Kubernetes object model that you create or deploy. Today we’ll introduce you ‘Kubespy’. Kubespy is a tool to observe how Kubernetes resources change in real time, derived from the work of making Kubernetes deployments predictable in Pulumi’s CLI.
Summer is the time when most of the tech and software development conferences are held. RubyKaigi (for example) that lasted from May 31 to June 2 brought many interesting solutions and insights to Ruby and RoR worlds. Today we will tell you about some of them like Kiba or Rib which have been included in our list of the most popular GitHub repositories. Also, you will find there a generic system to build and distribute binary packages, very fast pagination gem, event management tool, database sharding extension, a web framework for Crystal, interactive Ruby shell and more… Read about all of them in our weekly trending Ruby on Rails repositories. June, 11.
Ruby Framework for Interacting with Amazon Alexa is called Ralyxa. Ralyxa is used for creating web services that provide Alexa skills.
Last year we introduced you what skills and tools a professional full-stack web developer needs to know. There we briefly described what DevOps is. But this time we decided to make a full review of What is DevOps as a Service and its pros and cons. Enjoy!
Last time when we talked of AWS we compared it with Heroku (despite some of you say it was an ‘apple vs orange’ comparison). The dispute about which to choose is still on the air. But today we’d like to tell you about the new feature of AWS called Secret Manager. Consider AWS Secrets Manager to protect your access secrets!
What characteristics do you consider when choosing digital servers for saving and retaining a huge amount of information? When doing this you have to remember that later they will become the foundation for your project and give you an opportunity to deploy, monitor and scale all the stages of development. Today we’d like to share with you an information about the most popular cloud services, AWS vs Heroku comparison.