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node-foreman - A Node.js Version of Foreman

  •    Javascript

Node Foreman is a Node.js version of the popular Foreman tool, with a few Node specific changes.Foreman is a manager for Procfile-based applications. Its aim is to abstract away the details of the Procfile format, and allow you to either run your application directly or export it to some other process management format.

Foreman - Manage Procfile-based applications

  •    Ruby

Foreman is a manager for Procfile-based applications. Its aim is to abstract away the details of the Procfile format, and allow you to either run your application directly or export it to some other process management format.

hivemind - Process manager for Procfile-based applications

  •    Go

Hivemind is a process manager for Procfile-based applications. At the moment, it supports Linux, FreeBSD, and macOS. Procfile is a simple format to specify types of processes your application provides (such as web application server, background queue process, front-end builder) and commands to run those processes. It can significantly simplify process management for developers and is used by popular Platforms-as-a-Service, such as Heroku and Deis. You can learn more about the Procfile format here or here.

overmind - Process manager for Procfile-based applications and tmux

  •    Go

Overmind is a process manager for Procfile-based applications and tmux. With Overmind, you can easily run several processes from your Procfile in a single terminal. Procfile is a simple format to specify types of processes your application provides (such as web application server, background queue process, front-end builder) and commands to run those processes. It can significantly simplify process management for developers and is used by popular hosting platforms, such as Heroku and Deis. You can learn more about the Procfile format here or here.




node-procfile - Procfile parser for node.js

  •    Javascript

A Procfile parser for node.js.There are two simple methods when using node-procfile: .parse() and .stringify(). If you are familiar with using the native JSON methods in Javascript, there is nothing new about the API.

nac - A simple process / app control and monitoring daemon written in node

  •    Javascript

The nacfile allows you to specify many other things about the process, such as arguments, environment variable configuration, working directory, custom scripts etc. nac remembers your apps and will restart them the next time its started.

node-mob - abandonia, not using this anymore

  •    Javascript

A simple toolkit for parallelizing node.js apps over several processes, built on top of the cluster module. A mob-based app runs as two or more processes - the Kingpin (master), and one or more Mobsters (workers).

example-heroku-clock-js

  •    Javascript

#Heroku Clock Example in Javascript An example of a clock process for heroku in javascript for use with node. ###Notes on Cron Be sure to check out the chon project page for details on how to use it for scheduling.


bam - A web server for developers

  •    Go

BAM! is a web-server for developers. Heavily inspired by pow, BAM! goes further by supporting not only ruby/rack applications, but any Procfile-based application. Also, BAM! is planned to support both Linux and Mac OS X.






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