Over at the Cloud Foundry blog, Raja Rao has published a detailed tutorial about scaling real-time apps on Cloud Foundry.
Feature freeze for CloudStack release 4.1 is approaching. The release is planned for March 22nd.
In the time during feature freeze and release, QA will take place, then bug fixes and documentation writing.
The key to success delivering solutions to existing organizations with legacy assets (at least in the medium term) is the ability to deliver a consistent platform across customer’s own data centers . . .
On-premise SQL servers can now natively backup and restore to/from the cloud.
YouTrack, JetBrains’ agile issue tracker, can be installed on different platforms. There is a stand-alone version which can be downloaded and installed on your own server
There are plenty of perfectly good reasons to want a lot of permanent free users. They’ll tell their friends, and as Fred Wilson points out you can show advertising.
Here's a discussion of various NoSQL solutions and where Hibernate Object Grid Mapper fits in.
Ever wanted to help out with an opensource project, but didn’t really have anything big to contribute?
As you know, Jelastic PaaS has automatic vertical scaling, which allows you to pay less -- to pay for your actual resource consumption, not instance size. True automatic vertical scaling is our one of key differentiators. It provides...
My presentation here is about deploying a MongoDB powered Node.js app on Windows Azure: a walkthrough of the steps needed to deploy the app.
I found that the mismatch between the goals of large cloud services like Amazon Web Services and the languages they support slightly conflict with the notion of making highly concurrent and parallelised workflows.
Often times we need to execute certain tasks repeatedly. In this blog post, we will talk about building a simple task scheduler in Windows Azure
Over on GigaOm Barb Darrow has a good write up about the findings of a survey commissioned by Nasuni into the use of Dropbox within large enterprises. As she wrote . . .
he Google Cloud Platform Github Organization recently published a long list of sample applications that show the potential of the search giant's lesser-adopted cloud platform.
While we were in full blown sub-prime mortgage crisis back in 2007/2008 (with Bear Stearns crumbling in March 2008) the world of Cloud Computing was in full innovation mode.
The first thing is to forget about infrastructure and virtualization. If you are thinking that in 2013, the world needs more IaaS providers then you haven’t seen what is currently on offer . . .
Xeround’s database-as-a-service boasts more than 15,000 databases live at any given time.
The paas platform OpenShift is a free and opensource platform from RedHat. With free, meaning actually that you get 3 gears for free.
In the previous posts I set up a WordPress server by using several Amazon’s services. In this post I add the next AWS feature, the Elastic Load Balancer.
Precise Pangolin is a Long Term Support (LTS) version of Ubuntu to come with Python 2.7 installed, and App Engine has been providing it as an option since February 2012 . . .
Never too late to post! Here’s an episode of DevRadio Peter and I did on TFS Projects in Azure!
Many of you may be thinking of deploying SharePoint farms on Windows Azure Virtual Machines… here are three hands-on-labs that will speed up your learning on this subject:
In this post I will setup autoscaling for the EC2 WordPress server I created previously. With autoscaling you can tell Amazon to launch or terminate instances based on a set of rules/ conditions.
My first post was running WordPress on OpenShift, so for all Joomla users I decided to show how easily you can get running Joomla on OpenShift for free also.
I’ve been granted an incredible opportunity. Over the past three and a half months I have gotten to lead a real world large-scale delivery of a cloud solution.