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Raptor: fast Ruby web server

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“Check out Raptor, a hot new Ruby web server that's up to 4x faster than Unicorn and 2x faster than Puma! http://thndr.it/1wcJVHD

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Raptor: fast Ruby web server

Raptor is a new Ruby app server built for two goals: performance and visibility.

Raptor has an innovative and optimized HTTP engine, making it up to 4x faster than Unicorn, up to 2x faster than Puma and up to 2x faster than Torquebox.

Raptor gives you visibility into your app's behavior, so that you can easily analyze problems. No more pulling your hair out during production, wondering why the app is misbehaving.

We are going to release Raptor on November 25th. Join our thunderclap and celebrate the launch with us!

  • Introducing Phusion Passenger 5 beta 1 (codename "Raptor")

    November 25, 2014
    Dear supporters,

    We are happy to announce the release of Phusion Passenger 5 beta 1, codename "Raptor". Please read the release announcement on the Phusion blog.

    Read announcement blog now

    Thank you for your support throughout the campaign!
  • Pointer tagging, linked string hash tables, turbocaching and other Raptor optimizations

    November 21, 2014
    Hello supporter. We're nearing the public beta launch of Raptor. But before that, we'd like to share another blog post with you. In this blog post we elaborate on more performance optimization techniques that make Raptor fast.

    Read blog post: Pointer tagging, linked string hash tables, turbocaching and other Raptor optimizations

    Of course, performance isn't the only thing Raptor is good at. Raptor provides many powerful features, makes administration much easier and lets you analyze production problems more quickly and more easily. This will all become apparent at the launch.

    We hope you'll enjoy this blog post, and thanks for supporting us!
  • Dissecting Raptor part 1: performance optimization techniques

    November 10, 2014
    Hello supporter. One of the big questions have people have for us, is how we’ve made Raptor fast. After all, claiming that it’s “up to 4x faster” than other app servers is not a small claim. Unicorn, Puma and Torquebox are already pretty fast, so beating them hasn’t been easy and has taken a lot of work.

    There are multiple reasons why Raptor is fast, and we will release a series of blog posts that explain in high detail the techniques used to make a fast application server. Today we've released the first post of this series.

    Read blog post: How We've Made Raptor Fast

    In future blog posts we’ll also elaborate more on Raptor’s advanced features, because performance isn’t the only thing that Raptor is good at. Raptor provides many powerful features, makes administration much easier and lets you analyze production problems more quickly and more easily.

    We hope you'll enjoy this blog post, and thanks for supporting us!
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We are a group of friends, software developers and business partners with backgrounds in computer science, systems programming, web development, Ruby, and Rails. Our mission is to revolutionize the Ruby app server scene with the next new, hot technology.

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