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100 - How to Determine Production Server Specs with Nate Berkopec
Code with Jason
In this episode, Nate Berkopec and I discuss how to right size your infrastructure, how to choose and gain insight from an infrastructure monitoring solution, the pitfalls of running your first training sessions, and much more.Speedshop, Nate's consultancyThe Complete Guide to Rails PerformanceNate Berkopec on TwitterNate Berkopec on Github
Talkin' Puma and the Rails Performance Workshop with Nate Berkopec
[00:01:20] Nate tells us a little bit about himself, what he does, and a book he wrote. [00:02:18] Nate talks about the Rails Performance workshop he released a month ago. [00:06:02] Jason asks Nate if he has any plans to go back into the in-person training or if he will keep the current format if it’s showing more advantages. [00:08:03] If you are interested in learning more about performance, Nate shares advice what you should do.[00:09:37] Jason announces that today we are basking in the release of Hotwire, and he’s curious from a performance perspective if there are any downsides or any performance benefits to doing HTML over the wire.[00:19:37] Chris asks Nate to talk about scaling his WebSocket side of things. He also tells us about Puma. [00:24:11] Nate tells us about Samuel Williams (ioquatix) and his work around the fiber scheduler and he also mentions Ractor being released soon.[00:26:34] Nate explains the Global VM Lock and he tells us he has an article on his Speedshop blog about this. He also mentions he has a new book coming out in January, and he tells us in your Ruby process there is a “virtual machine” that runs Ruby code. [00:29:10] Nate explains that Puma has two jobs and Andrew asks Nate if there is anything on the horizon for Puma.[00:34:10] Nate tells us what it was like traveling the world during the pandemic and what’s it’s like being back home. Panelists:Jason CharnesChris OliverAndrew MasonGuest:Nate BerkopecLinks:Nate Berkopec TwitterSpeedshopSpeedshop Blog“The Practical Effects of the GVL on Scaling in Ruby” by Nate BerkopecPumaThe Complete Guide To Rails Performance by Nate BerkopecThe Rails Performance WorkshopFalconHotwire for Rails-GitHubHow to use Hotwire in Rails by Chris OliverSamuel Williams ioquatixRactor
047 - Discussing Rails Deployment and Hosting Options with Nate Berkopec
Code with Jason
In this episode I talk with Ruby performance consultant Nate Berkopec. This time Nate and I talk not about Rails performance but about hosting options for Rails including Heroku, Convox and bare AWS. We also touch on infrastructure management tools like Kubernetes, Terraform and Ansible.Nate Berkopec on TwitterThe Complete Guide to Rails PerformanceSpeedshop
Nate Berkopec: Why You Should Treat Performance Problems as Bugs
Robby speaks with Nate Berkopec, owner of the Speedshop and Rails consultant. Nate speaks about speed in Rails, along with how to prioritize performance in your day-to-day development workflow.Helpful Links:SpeedshopFollow Nate on TwitterPatterns of Enterprise ArchitectureSmalltalk Best Practice PatternsSubscribe to Maintainable on:Apple PodcastsOvercastOr search "Maintainable" wherever you stream your podcasts.Join the discussion in the Maintainable Discord CommunityLoving Maintainable? Leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts to help grow our reach.Brought to you by the team at Planet Argon.
I talk with Nate Berkopec about common Rails performance issues. Nate also explains what the heck threads and connection pools are.Speedshop, Nate's consultancyThe Complete Guide to Rails PerformanceNate Berkopec on TwitterNate Berkopec on Github
Episode 260: 260: Rails Performance with Nate Berkopec
The Ruby on Rails Podcast
Nate Berkopec is the proprietor of Speedshop, a Ruby on Rails performance consultancy. He will be holding a Rails Performance Workshop after Railsconf in Minneapolis. They chatted about performance and their loyalty for the Ruby community. Links for this episode:Speedshop - Ruby on Rails performance consultingSpeedshop BlogThe Complete Guide to Rails PerformanceTuneRails Performance Workshop after Railsconf (Minneapolis)Speedshop Ruby Performance NewsletterNate Berkopec on Twitter (@nateberkopec)