6 best Ruby Cloud Database libraries in 2022
by Open Weaver kits ✔ Updated: Jun 20, 2022
Ruby Cloud database libraries are a dime a dozen, and you can find many different tools for developing applications against them. The easiest way to get started with Ruby is to use the official Ruby cloud database libraries, which are available on a number of clouds. Using these cloud database libraries, you can easily create a database and store your data in it. Fog is an open source cloud database library built on top of the PostgreSQL extension for the Ruby programming language. It allows you to write your applications in any language that supports ActiveRecord or SQL. BOSH is a fully-managed cloud database service for Ruby developers. BOSH provides a consistent API across multiple clouds, including Azure, Heroku, Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform and more. Google Cloud Platform Ruby SDKs let you develop applications with Google's services such as App Engine and Compute Engine. Many developers depend on the following open source Ruby Cloud database libraries
Cloud Foundry BOSH is an open source tool chain for release engineering, deployment and lifecycle management of large scale distributed services.
Ruby 1995 Version:v277.2.0 License: Permissive (Apache-2.0)
Google Cloud Client Library for Ruby
Ruby 1254 Version:google-cloud-kms-v1/v0.18.1 License: Permissive (Apache-2.0)
Parallel Processing for the Rest of Us
Ruby 858 Version:Current License: Permissive (MIT)
A gem that helps developers send data from ruby backend servers to their Mobile applications on devices via Google Cloud Messaging (GCM).
Ruby 387 Version:Current License: Permissive (MIT)
Parser for Apple Notes data stored on the Cloud as seen on Apple handsets
Ruby 191 Version:v0.10 License: Permissive (MIT)