Heroku case studies
Our customers range from startups to industry giants and everyone in-between. Learn how Heroku helps them ship apps fast, collaborate easily, and build powerful, data-driven apps.
Salesforce Go For Growth
Heroku Data Services Power Go-To-Market Planning at SalesforceRead full story →
Def Method Relies on Heroku to Build Trusted Relationships with Its ClientsRead full story →
Sugarmate’s Founder Turns His Side Project into a Business on HerokuRead full story →
LitCharts Relies on Heroku to Power Exponential Growth Over the Long TermRead full story →
Heroku Helps The RealReal’s Engineers Drive Business GrowthRead full story →
Altus Assessments Delivers Thousands of Data-Intensive Tests at Once on HerokuRead full story →
SwimTopia Scales Seamlessly on Heroku During Peak SeasonRead full story →
Furnished Quarters Builds Personalized Customer Apps on Heroku Using Salesforce DataRead full story →
Dubsmash Chooses Heroku Again to Re-Launch Its Video Sharing ServiceRead full story →
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Stories from the community
Heroku is a favorite topic on developer news sites and blogs. We’ve collected a sampling of articles on other sites that share developer experiences, perspectives, and advice.
- [ES] Instalar Ghost en Heroku
A useful guide in Spanish on how to run a Ghost Blogging platform in Heroku
- What you need to know to pass the Heroku Architecture Designer exam
In studying for my retake, I was able to create a framework for me to truly understand the different aspects of Heroku, including Heroku Enterprise. Here’s what I learned
- How to Speed Up Heroku CI via In Dyno Databases
Learn how to enable In-Dyno databases for your Heroku CI/CD to speed up your tests
- Setting up Rails 6 app with multiple databases on Heroku
Rails 6 is just around the corner. When we create a new app, it is configured to use only one database. Learn more about switching to use multiple databases.
- To 30 Billion and Beyond
I decided that if I wanted to run ipify in a scalable, highly available and cheap way then Heroku was the simplest and best option: so that’s what I went with.
- A look inside the weather machine
How Hello Weather manages 100k requests per day with multiple data providers in real time with autoscaling and fallbacks.