To setup and install Ruby on Rails on any of the cloud platforms, the recommended way is to setup a Ruby on Rails server using the image available in any of the cloud marketplaces below (preinstalled with SQLite3, Node.js and Yarn) :
Once your Ruby on Rails server has been deployed, the following links explain how to connect to a Linux VM:
- How to connect to a Linux VM on Azure
- How to connect to a Linux VM on AWS
- How to connect to a Linux VM on GCP
Once connected and logged in, you’re ready to start configuring Ruby on Rails
Using Ruby on Rails
Once logged in you can check its working by running:
And the output should show the version thats installed.
For documentation on using Ruby, refer to:
Ruby on Rails Firewall Ports
By default Ruby on Rails uses the following ports:
- TCP 3000
- TCP 80
- TCP 443
If you are using any of the cloud security groups and need to change / add ports refer to the following guides:
To setup AWS firewall rules refer to – AWS Security Groups
To setup Azure firewall rules refer to – Azure Network Security Groups
To setup Google GCP firewall rules refer to – Creating GCP Firewalls
Support / Documentation
If you are experiencing any issues in getting the Rails server up and running, please contact us.
For application support, refer to the community forum:
Disclaimer: Ruby on Rails is a registered trademark of David Heinemeier Hansson and is licensed under MIT License License. No warrantee of any kind, express or implied, is included with this software. Use at your risk, responsibility for damages (if any) to anyone resulting from the use of this software rest entirely with the user. The author is not responsible for any damage that its use could cause.