You may already know that Ruby on Rails lets you build amazing, complex web applications right on your development machine.
But taking the next step can be daunting!
Taking a Rails website that you've developed locally, and getting it to run on the internet and withstand fluctuating web traffic requires a whole separate set of skills and tools that this course will teach you.
We'll take an existing Rails app and deploy it to run on Amazon's scalable cloud infrastructure service Elastic Beanstalk.
This course assumes that you've created a Rails app previously or at least know how to run one locally. If you find that you need a refresher on any of that, I recommend the course Build Dynamic Web Applications With Rails, also available on OpenClassrooms.
If you've got a Rails app that you want to publish to the world, this course will show you how. Sign up now!