[Seaside] Articles of seaside for production

Jason Johnson jbjohns at libsource.com
Tue Mar 13 06:52:58 UTC 2007

That solution works for today, but long term I would point to the Yaws 
vs. Apache comparison.  I think  using very low level languages to write 
important services is going to become less and less desirable, as well 
as productive.  When Exupery gets a bit better I plan on running a 
Exupery image with Comanche optimized as my server.  I see no technical 
reason that Squeak can't be made to run a web server as fast as Yaws can 
(though I'm sure it will take some work).

Sebastian Sastre wrote:
> Hi there,
>  I was reading Scaling Seaside from Ramon L. and I finally understood 
> the path that a Seaside application is going to take for scaling from 
> thenths to thousands of users. I think we need a lot more of detailed 
> articles like this so new people can understand how to mount 
> productive (from development to production) metodologies that match 
> their needs.
>   I'm saying this because after reading that I read the Ruby scaling 
> strategies and there I've found the basic ideas I was wanting for. So 
> I think we need to write more about our experiences !
>   cheers,
> Sebastian Sastre
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