Amazon has plugged Node.js into its free platform-as-a-service, Elastic Beanstalk. Elastic Beanstalk helps developers deploy applications by automating capacity provisioning, load balancing, health monitoring, and auto-scaling the company announced in a blog post on Monday It also promises some Node.js-specific support features …
Why no mention of cloud provider Joyent? Especially considering the fact that they created Node.js.
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