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How often have you heard “Well, it worked on dev and stage!” when things crash on prod? Hopefully, this post will change all that. Here are nine tips on deploying scalable Node.js applications into production.
One of the first things we do in a typical Node.js project is to pick the appropriate Node framework from the plenty of choices available. Current state of Node.js frameworks – Good: Lots of choices; Bad: No clear winner with a lot of momentum like Rails for Ruby.
In a monolithic architecture, we deployed a few application servers and statically registered them with load balancers. But in Microservices based architectures, inherently the services are mobile and can come and go because of auto-scaling, self-healing etc.