Entries Tagged as Amazon Services
March 10, 2012 · No Comments
January 25, 2011 · 8 Comments
With the release of Amazon's AWS Elastic Beanstalk service, it has never been easier to run Railo in the cloud. Amazon BeanStalk is a way to deploy Java Applications (which is what Railo is essentially) as war files into existing Tomcat containers that AWS manages for you. It also allows for easy scaling and balancing.
This tutorial will take you through setting up an environment that you can develop and deploy a sample application up to Beanstalk, rather than just a single WAR file.
May 27, 2010 · 7 Comments
Railo Team has a mantra that if functionality moves to the "core" language of CFML, then what was once a paid plugin / extension would then become free. With that, this is the announcement that the Railo Amazon S3 plugin is currently available as a free extension now and it will be part of the core in one of the next patch bleeding edge releases.
Update: Gert just linked on twitter an old tutorial on how to use the Amazon S3 plugin in Railo.