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.
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Excited to host the 1st @UMass @SalesforceOrg Developer Day at President's Office and to learn with 40 colleagues across the UMass system how to develop apps on force . com and @heroku. #growthmindset #digitaltransformation
On the Engineering Blog: Six Strategies for Deploying to Heroku by @mostlyjason: https://t.co/yRctYprD5T
New on Code[ish] - Provisioning an application's infrastructure has come a long way, thanks in part to #Terraform. @marsi dives deep into how it works and how it integrates with Heroku: https://t.co/RM2EEMUTxl #podcast