PaaS empowers and enables both enterprise IT and shadow IT to accelerate agility and effectively respond to business demands. Do you agree?
DevOp teams want PaaS service efficiency with customization flexibility. Rather than fit development teams into a one-size-fits-all platform box . . .
I’ve moved this blog to Azure. Everything went really smooth. I must say that I’m impressed with the work that Microsoft has done. Well. Almost everything. I got two complaints.
Sebastien Goasguen (his personal blog is really good) one of the Apache CloudStack committers was recently interviewed on Cloud Evangelist Podcast podcast about CloudStack.
Here's a recent video (10 minutes) for Heroku users who are interested in developing iOS apps.
Here's a 2-minute tutorial that shows you how to deploy a Python app to Heroku quickly using Codenvy.
Only days after the announcement that Dell was going to return to private ownership, Dell subsidiary Boomi has come out with some news about its integration platform
Here's a podcast from HowStuffWorks.com that offers a high-level discussion of the potential security vulnerabilities that come with cloud-based solutions.
Robert Desisto recently posted Gartner’s 2013 Software as a Service predictions, and an IT professional asked me for my opinion.
Grant Shipley, a PaaS Evangelist with OpenShift, recently published a tutorial focused on getting started with OpenShift Enterprise PaaS.
Aaron and Brian talk with Brian Katz (@bmkatz) about the evolution of mobile apps for the Enterprise, including UI design, alignment between business and IT, security models and what to expect in 2013.
Peter Laudati and Brian Hitney welcome fellow Developer Evangelist, Andrew Duthie to the show as they kick off their series on how to build back-end services for their Windows 8 apps using Windows Azure.
This presentation answers some questions relevant to testing professionals who are interested in learning about the shift to cloud based solutions.
The latest release of the OpenShift Origin project command line tooling gives us a powerful feature to shorten the steps it takes to setup, for example, the various projects demoed in my OpenShift Primer book.
A few weeks ago it was this time again. For development of a certain Mule ESB flow I needed an Oracle database to test a JDBC Transport enhancement to . . .
We’re happy to announce that our latest product release now supports Full Text Search via Full Text Index.
I recently got some feedback on my previous musing that from the customer viewpoint, PaaS equals automation. That led me to think of ways to articulate better what this means . . .
As part of GigaOM’s Structure:Data Conference (taking place in New York City on 20-21 March), Jo Maitland and I are going to host a Mapping Session on Data Marketplaces.
Hybrid private-public cloud models are the reality in most enterprises in the forseeable future.
I ran into this weird issue when developing a very simple Windows Azure Cloud Service Web Role using Windows Azure SDK 1.8.
In this second issue of Quick Hits, I want to share a couple of good posts on the topic of privacy policies for Windows Store apps.
I often get asked how to read from SQL Server in a Windows 8 application. Windows 8 applications are expected to run directly from the Windows Store, without the limitations imposed by connecting to local servers via a connection string.
Recently, I moderated a CloudU roundtable that continued an ongoing theme of mine –overcoming the hurdles to greater cloud adoption.
Linux deployment on Windows Azure requires PEM or DER encoded x509 public key at the provisioning time to enable authenticated remote login through SSH.
The team over at the Windows Azure blog recently updated the pricing for Azure SQL Reporting services.