The Ruby Spreadsheet

October 24, 2014

Using Ruby Spreadsheet on Heroku with Dynos

Filed under: 1PX, CPU, Dyno, Heroku — Tags: , , , — zdavatz @ 11:32 am

If you intend to use The Ruby Spreadsheet on Heroku, and your source code is closed source then 0-4 2X dynos at 100% CPU load are considered as one physical CPU (1 PX). In other words, this means that if your Software runs on Heroku, is not OpenSource and uses The Ruby Spreadsheet gem you will have to buy a NON-OpenSource Commercial License that allows you to use The Ruby Spreadsheet together with your closed-source code.

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2 Comments »

  1. How do you buy a commercial license?

    Comment by harrisreynolds — October 27, 2017 @ 2:01 am

    • I just sent you a Mail. I need the amount of CPU cores and your Use Case how you intend to use Ruby Spreadsheet.

      Comment by zdavatz — October 27, 2017 @ 6:11 am


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