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Deploying Node.js by Sandro Pasquali

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The implications of Node's design on system architects

Node is a new technology. At the time of writing this, it has yet to reach its 1.0 version. Security flaws have been found and fixed. Memory leaks have been found and fixed. Eran Hammer, mentioned at the beginning of this chapter, and his entire team at Walmart Labs actively contribute to the Node codebase—in particular when they find flaws! This is true of many other large companies committed to Node, such as PayPal.

If you have chosen Node, and your application has grown to such a size that you feel you need to read a book on how to deploy Node, you have the opportunity to not only benefit from the community, but have a part, perhaps, in literally designing aspects of the environment based ...

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