Over at the Heroku blog, the team published a tutorial for improving performance of Rails apps by using a concurrent server.
There is an assumption that the only way to scale a system is to partition or have multiple copies.
The companies featured are Rovio (of Angry Birds fame), GetAround, MAG Interactive, Nubbius, and RedBus.
It’s been a while since I flogged the hybrid cloud-computing model, but a number of recent blogs have brought it back up to the forefront, where it belongs, frankly.
Here's a quick screencast that shows how to deploy and scale Openshift Origin PaaS on EC2.
These samples demonstrate common scenarios that developers will run into when using Mobile Services. All of these samples have been open sourced on GitHub and are available today.
Aaron and Brian Katz (@bmkatz) talk with Simon Crosby (@simoncrosby, Founder/CTO at Bromium) about the landscape of security threats on the Internet, recent high-profile hackings . . .
The Oracle Cloud is around everywhere these days. It had a rough start with Larry denying the need for a cloud for a very long time
Every week, the Silver Lining blog releases a list of interesting links for readers interested in a variety of topics and technologies. These were from February 22.
On April 27th, 2013, you’ll have the ability to join a Windows Azure Bootcamp on a location close to you.
At 12:54 PM on 2/22/2013, I received the following DOWN Alert message from Pingdom for my OakLeaf Systems Azure Table Services Sample Project demo . . .
Today I were going to search my blog (http://blog.gauffin.org) about how to do a (almost) a generic type constraint for enums. But instead I got this screen . . .
Here's a 3-minute introduction to Amazon RedShift, which works with analytics tools to provide a fully managed data warehouse service.
“I feel the need. The need for speed" sums ups the role of caching in distributed applications.
In this article, Yung Chou discusses and gives step by step answers on the self service model and role based security:
We often speak about the virtues (and drawbacks) of the public cloud, as well as the functional requirements that spur building a private cloud.
Yesterday, Google introduced a collection of support packages for services on Google Cloud Platform detailed herein.
So here is second part of running WordPress on OpenShift article. As I said this post will show you how to install OpenShift CLI, how to create snapshots . . .
Just as enterprises start to dabble in cloud migration (by merely migrating virtualized instances and sometimes services into public clouds), along comes the hybrid cloud meme . . .
Yesterday, Google announced App Engline Java 7 runtime as one of its 'experimental' features that is on its way towards wider availability.
Yes, this is not a joke! In 5 years, all developers will code in the cloud. Not only will they code there, but also build, test, run, debug and deploy apps in the cloud. This is inevitable, although it does not seem obvious at the moment.
An entire industry of cloud-related consultants and service professionals has grown up in a few short years, empowered by the complex and risky process of cloud migration . . .
One of the reasons for setting up the CloudU program and certificate was a desire to scale the one-on-one work I do helping small and large businesses and the people that work . . .
Here's a quick deployment to CloudFoundry.
When we first discussed Adobe Creative Cloud, one of the benefits we touted was that the platform (and it's app subscription model) would make it possible . . .