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How to Migrate from Heroku to Hatchbox.io Discussion

General • Asked by Chris Oliver
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Thanks, Chris!

I'd love to see more of these. I'm using Hatch and loving it, I just don't think I'm using it to it's full potential.

I think a series of setting up and configuring different features would be cool!



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Nice! Really useful. Was using the same db from heroku and hitting the row limits .. So migrating the db solves this. 

Would love to see more of these - Best practices for background jobs, elastic search implementations etc. Thank you!!

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Cool. Out of curiosity, when creating servers and apps, are the passwords stored in clear in the database? 
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They're all encrypted. Not sure why you would store anything in plaintext like that.
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Right, it wouldn't make sense :)  I was wondering mainly about automated deployments - i.e. how does the app know which passwords to use when doing things on servers if passwords are encrypted. But I was now reading about attr_encrypted and similar, would that be a good enough approach to encrypt sensitive information? Thanks!

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Great tutorial, but I am missing something... What is the benefit of using Hatchbox over Heroku?


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