I don’t like managing servers, I just want to write code. Security updates and configuration are one thing, but you also have to make sure your servers are ready to handle large spikes of traffic without suffering downtime. So you’ll be over-provisioning servers ($$$) or suffering downtime. There is a better way, and that’s serverless.
Taylor Otwell, Creator of Laravel
Our application goes offline in the middle of the night. Guess whose getting woken up? Me. With Vapor, our servers don't go offline because we're serverless.
What happens if the server goes offline? How many servers should I put behind my load balancer? What if one breaks, can the remaining server handle traffic?
We're going live with a big application. Can our servers handle the traffic? Will our server fall over and embarass us? How long will it take to get the server back online?
Our application isn't popular between 2am - 5am but needs double the capacity between 6am - 12PM, but then dies down at 1PM for 3 hours, then back up at 4PM. What a headache...
Laravel Vapor runs on serverless technology, meaning you don't have physical servers. Because of this, your application can automatically scale on-demand, and you only pay for what you need.
Have you ever received a quote for DevOps? Our last one was for $1,000 per month to keep our servers online. We now pay $39 per month for Vapor, which has saved us over $11,500 per year!
No updates, no server reboots, no hardware issues, nothing. You don't have to worry about any virtual servers because the AWS team takes care of everything for you. Server maintenance isn't an issue until your application goes offline.
Deploying your application to Vapor is a smooth process. They handle everything, including DNS configuration, firewalls, load balancers, moving assets to a global CDN, metrics and more.
Jack McDade, Creator of Statamic
Learn everything you need to know about Laravel Vapor and save yourself hundreds of hours by taking the express route to mastery.
No. We cover the basics, and move onto more advanced areas later in the course. I recommend watching the videos in order.
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Paul Jarvis, Cofounder of Fathom Analytics & Author of Company of One
I am also the cofounder of Fathom Analytics, a privacy-focused analytics platform that has taken the industry by storm. I was one of the first users on Laravel Vapor, and we have been using it for our infrastructure from the moment it launched. All the knowledge I share in this course has been accumulated through hundreds of hours in the battlefield. This course is going to save you so much time.
I've been using Laravel for a long time, and have a lot of experience with scaling applications. I've written articles about scaling Laravel applications and detailed explanations on our move to Vapor. My advice has been read by tens of thousands of people, and now I want to share my knowledge with you.