Heroku is a multi-language cloud application platform that enables developers to deploy, scale, and manage their applications without the need for servers or administration. It supports languages such as Ruby, Java, Node.js, Clojure, Python, PHP, Perl, and Scala. Applications that are run from the in-house server utilize the Heroku DNS server to direct to the application domain. Each of the application containers or “dynos” are spread across a “dyno grid” that consists of several servers. Heroku was founded by James Lindenbaum and Adam Wiggins in July 2007 and is based in San Francisco.
Heroku Customer Success: @clickfunnels handles massive amounts of customer #data in a hybrid Heroku data services + @AWScloud architecture: https://t.co/l71H5G18lP
Remember when everyone realized and enjoyed the benefits of a Heroku platform that let you focus on building your apps and not worrying about the infra?
Sorry, k8s is not like that at all.
Neither is cloud foundry, openshift, or openstack.
Yes, I still use Heroku and love it.
Announcing Heroku Postgres via PrivateLink: seamlessly and securely connect Heroku Postgres databases in Private Spaces to resources running in one or more Amazon VPCs: https://t.co/lQK7quYY9C
New on Code[ish] - @jdxcode walks through the design of #oclif, an open-source framework for building CLI programs, used by Heroku, @Netlify, @apollographql, and many others: https://t.co/ZOPPRAveio #podcast