Puma

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Yousef Ourabi said

Hi Evan - I'm planning on looking into that over the next couple of weeks -- thanks!

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Evan Machnic said

Hi Yousef,

Great stuff in the Puma cookbook. My only criticism would be to convert it to a LWRP if possible so we can use the resources in wrapper cookbooks.

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Evan Machnic said

Thanks for the encouragement!

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Evan Machnic said

Thanks for the encouragement!

obelich said

Woot nice many thanks :)

Will said

Evan, this video is a great reference! I just recently started using puma and learned a few new things here that will make my current and future apps perform much better.

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Evan Machnic said

Chemist, thanks for the feedback!

Chemist said

Cool, thanks! Looking forward to more of these kind of videos.

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The purpose of the Puma application server is to support Rack applications (like Rails and Sinatra) and provide true concurrency. After a quick look at Ruby application servers, we setup Puma with a Rails application and configure it for better performance.

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