worker dynos vs worker add-ons

Heroku is a cloud platform offered as a service. It lets you deploy and manage applications without worrying about the infrastructure. Heroku is a polyglot platform that supports most of the standard frameworks and languages like Python, Java, Node.js, Ruby, etc. Heroku uses the Git version control system as the primary way of deploying applications. …

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Know All About Autoscaling On Heroku

Autoscaling is a method used to manage the traffic on the network. When the outbound traffic on average is higher or lower, in each instance, the default triggers dynamically tend to autoscale and adjust the computational resources to meet the demand – typically, the number of servers that manage the load of the application.  So,…

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IronWorker CaaS Worker: SideKiq Setup

In this article, we will tell you the steps you need to set up SideKiq for IronWorker.   to try a free 14 day trial of Iron.io click here Setup Outline: Create a new Ruby Project Write the code Run the worker Queue a message Notes Security Pros & Cons Achieve Cloud Elasticity with Iron…

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IronWorker CaaS Worker: Heroku Dyno Setup

In this article, we will tell you the steps you need to set up Heroku Dyno for IronWorker. Setup Outline: Create a Heroku App Install Heroku CLI Deploy Your App Costs Notes Security Pros & Cons 1. Create a Heroku App On your Heroku dashboard, click on “Create new app”, specify the app name and…

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IronWorker CaaS Worker: Google Cloud Function Setup

In this article, we will tell you the steps you need to set up Google Cloud Function for IronWorker. Setup Outline: Enable Cloud Functions API Create a Cloud Function Limits Costs Notes Security Pros & Cons 1. Enable Cloud Function API First, we need to enable Cloud Function API. Go to “APIs & Services” From…

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IronWorker CaaS Worker: Cloudflare Worker Setup

Setup Outline: Create a Worker Write Worker Code Limits Cloudflare workers costs Notes Security Pros & Cons If you are not familiar with Cloudflare or what it does, it’s mainly DNS that allows you to setup more security on the domain level, DDoS protection, and increases your site performance through its CDN. In a basic…

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IronWorker CaaS Worker: Celery Setup

In this article, we will tell you the steps you need to set up Celery for IronWorker. Setup Outline: Create a new Python project Write the code Run the Celery worker Queue a message Notes Pros & Cons Celery is a tasks worker in python; it can work with Redis, RabbitMQ, or other Message-Queues. To…

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Monitor ECS Applications on AWS Fargate With Datadog

Datadog and AWS Fargate together allow users to collect real-time, detailed ECS metrics about the containerized tasks they run. With Datadog Autodiscovery, you can even autodetect containerized services that use Fargate to configure the Datadog Agent for those services with no API or manual changes necessary. Iron’s serverless tools can bring you a greater level of flexibility,…

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In this article, we will tell you the steps you need to set up Azure Function for IronWorker. Setup Outline: Create Function App Create the Function Function Code Limits Costs Notes Security Pros & Cons In Azure Function, we need first to create a Function app which is the logical management and execution container for…

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IronWorker CaaS Worker: Azure Container Setup

In this article, we will tell you the steps you need to set up Azure Container for IronWorker. Setup Outline: Create Container Instance Trigger the App Limits Container Instances Costs Notes Security Pros & Cons 1. Crate Container Insurance From the top search input search for “Container instances”, and click on “Create” on the container…

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