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So you just finished developing your node.js application and you’re ready for the world to use it. Congrats. Now it’s time to decide how to host the application. In many cases you would use a turnkey cloud solution like HerokuOpenShift, or AppFog. These are great services, but what if you want to keep this in-house or you don’t want to shell out the dough for each resource separately? These costs can really add up, even with a non-resource intensive application. Today I’m going to talk about a production-ready boilerplate stack for serving node.js applications from a bare Linux (Ubuntu distro) install.

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