Ruby on Rails Upgrades are an important part of running your site and is often overlooked. Neglecting to upgrade can hurt your company in several ways, least of which:
Did you know that as of today, Ruby on Rails version 2.3.x and 3.x are not longer actively supported from the Ruby on Rails team?
Were you aware the oldest supported version is 4.2? The Ruby on Rails teams maintains a clear policy on which versions of Rails are supported today and which are no not.
Upgrading is the responsible thing to do, both for your customers and your own piece of mind. Not only do you receive important security fixes but you also can take advantage of new features. Ask your developers if they want new features.
Just like going to the doctors, upgrading your Rails application should be a continuous process. Don’t get left behind and be open to security vulnerabilities when you’re responsible for keeping customer data safe.
Upgrading can be a much simpler task if it’s done on a regular basis. Make it part of routine site maintenance. Just like going to the doctor for a routine check-up before you have a problem, have a routine check done to make sure your site is up-to-date.
Not sure where to start? Contact us today so we can offer suggestions and formulate a plan to get your web site health back on track and keep it that way. We’ve handle a lot of upgrades over the years and we can make sure yours is done right.
We can evaluate your application and let you know what needs to be done to move your site forward. We can tell you where you are and the path to easing your customer’s minds.
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