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Why and How to Host your Rails 6 App with AWS ElasticBeanstalk and RDS

When you deploy a new Rails app, you typically face a double-bind. If you use an easy platform like Heroku, you could create problems for yourself as your application scales. If you use a more fully-featured platform, you risk wasting time on ops that could be spent on your product. What if you could have both: an easy deployment option that is easy to scale? In this article, Amos Omondi argues that AWS Elastic Beanstalk gives us both, then he shows us everything we need to know to get a Rails 6 app up and running on EB.

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