FFmpeg is the leading cross-platform solution to record, convert and stream audio and video. Dealing with audio and video can eat up resources, making the activity a great fit for IronWorker by moving the heavy lifting to the background. In the past, usage of FFmpeg with IronWorker would require that our users include and install…

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Iron.io + Segment.io = Integration Goodness IronMQ has just been added as an endpoint for message queueing within Segment.io. Segment.io provides a single gateway that lets developers, marketers, and analysts pipe logs, metrics, user actions, and other key app data to hundreds of other applications and tools. The Segment.io API acts as a control for…

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Real-time logging of workers tasks is a popular feature in IronWorker. We provide an interface to third-party logging components and services which allows you to send your log output to any syslog endpoint and see the output in real-time. Prior to this, you had to wait for your task to finish before being able to view a log…

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Using IronWorker to Schedule Emails in Node.js, Ruby, and PHP Schedule Email with SendGrid and Iron.io Nick Quinlan from SendGrid just put out a really nice post on using IronWorker to schedule email using SendGrid. And what’s even better is he shows how to do it in three languages: Node.js PHP Ruby

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The OpenShift Marketplace Iron.io is pleased to announce its IronMQ and IronWorker solutions are part of the OpenShift Marketplace. The marketplace is an important component to Red Hat’s OpenShift Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) in that it lets developers combine the benefits of enterprise PaaS with tightly integrated, complementary solutions – all without losing time on technology integration.

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Iron.io adds CORS support Iron.io is pleased to announce the introduction of support for Cross-origin Resource Sharing (CORS). This capability means that developers have even easier access to the Iron.io platform from desktop and mobile browsers and other client devices. CORS is an HTML5 feature that supports cross-domain communication across web clients and server-side domains.…

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Iron.io is proud to announce that IronMQ and IronWorker are now available as add-on services on Pivotal’s web-based Platform-as-a-Service (PAAS) which is available at http://run.pivotal.io and runs the open source Cloud Foundry platform. Run.pivotal provides app developers with a powerful option to rapidly deploy and scale new applications. The recent launch of Pivotal CF – a…

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  Alerts can now be set on queues to trigger actions. Iron.io is pleased to announce the release of alerts for IronMQ. IronMQ is a cloud-based message queuing service that offers high scale and high availability. It provides pull and push queues – meaning processes can get messages (pull) and events or the queue can…

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