Software-as-a-service is a multibillion dollar arena that attracts a good number of businesses on a monthly basis, all of them trying to get a chunk of the humongous pie.
It is built of multiple components performing different tasks turning End User's API request into a virtual machine service.
Web Sites with Static Content, Applications, Collaboration Applications, Services
OpenStack has come a long way since the project was first unveiled at OSCon back in 2010.
Today’s installment of our “Build Your Private Cloud in a Month” series is the second of a 5-part mini-series we’re calling “Deploying Private Cloud Workloads”
Cool, low stress, walk though for creating your own quick and dirty pop-up lab...
The Silver Lining Blog runs a weekly "Pie in the Sky" linklist focusing on Node.js, PHP, Ruby, Azure, and a few other topics. Check 'em out here.
Today’s installment of our “Build Your Private Cloud in a Month” series is the first of a 5-part mini-series we’re calling “Deploying Private Cloud Workloads”.
On the back of the #TechEdChallenge I downloaded all three of the evaluation products for review and decided to give them a whirl, the first up was Windows Server 2012.
Cloud computing is a general term for anything that involves delivering hosted services over the Internet.
I just read an excellent blog post by Shannon Fritz
on how to setup an Azure site to site VPN using Windows Server 2012 as
your corporate side endpoint. While currently this is not a supported
configuration, many of us don’t have the supported routers...
Quick note – I left Red Hat back in December and joined Avanade where I now lead a team of product managers and engineers building software and cloud services across cloud computing . . .
Brian talks with Rajeev Chawla (CEO @ CloudVelocity) about the evolution and challenges of Hybrid Cloud, working across multiple clouds, and how start-ups are innovating in a highly competitive cloud market.
With Microsoft’s announcement today of the general availability of its IaaS solutions, it’s only appropriate that we press on and get technical with how to use Windows Azure within your dev/test workflow.
In this article we will use the S3 specific asynchronous API from jclouds to upload content and leverage the multipart upload functionality provided by S3.
Cloud platforms exhibiting Cloud Native PaaS architecture provide an opportunity to increase business innovation and creativity.
Jelastic is growing rapidly, and we are constantly asked how we differ from other Platform as a Service applications on the market. A while back we did a comparison of Heroku vs Jelastic . . .
The following article was written and contributed to the blog by Katrina Lyon-Smith, a Senior Content Publishing Lead at Microsoft.
Aaron talks with Diane Mueller (@pythondj, Cloud Evangelist), Ryan Jarvinen (@ryanj) and Krishna Raman (@k__raman, Product Manager) from RedHat about the evolution of the OpenShift PaaS platform . . .
The DZone Research team has been carefully crafting a comprehensive and detailed comparison guide not only for some of the most popular Platform-as-a-Service and Infrastructure-as-a-Service platforms, but also between the various categories of cloud offerings.
Java has undoubtedly touched the lives of millions of online networkers. It is one of the most trusted and safe open source language for developing web applications.
OpenStack (http://www.openstack.org/) is an OpenSource cloud computing platform that can be used to build up a Public and Private cloud.
There are several good ways to upload content to an S3 bucket in the Java world – in this article we’ll look at what the jclouds library provides for this purpose.
I thought we’d talk about something a little different this time. I’ve talked about a lot of SaaS out there for different niches and applications, and I’ve talked about blogs . . .
This post is an aggregation of ongoing thoughts I'm having around my role in the API space, a diagram I drew the other day while enjoying an IPA . . .