Using a Commercially Supported Server

While TorqueBox offers many features that are commonly needed in an enterprise environment, one enterprise feature it doesn’t have is commercial support. Even though TorqueBox originated as a Red Hat[51] project, the company never fully productized it, which means there’s no commercial support as there is for JBoss.[52]

Many organizations prefer to use technologies backed by a commercial entity to gain premium features or premium support contracts. One JRuby server offering this feature is Phusion Passenger Enterprise, which is a commercial version of the free and open source Phusion Passenger server.[53]

Passenger Enterprise includes features such as rolling restarts, error-resistant deploys, mass deployment, ...

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