What do you do if an EC2-hosted application has gone "off the charts" and you need to scale to meet demand. Here are some suggestions.
This article will show you how to deploy Tomcat with a simple Jena application that loads rdf from public endpoints, and allows us to query the loaded data.
It's hard to deny that Amazon Web Services is dominating the cloud computing industry; here's an article by one writer who thinks that the AWS is the only true cloud out there.
At a high level, both of these systems provide similar functionality; this is an in-depth comparison that describes many of the subtle differences.
Alex Zambelli and Samuel Ng discuss Windows Azure Media Services to describe upcoming features and services in the preview version.
Craig Dickson will be giving a 1-hour webinar on June 7th to introduce an upcoming course at the University of California.
A short opinion piece on a recently published cloud platform comparison criteria that determines if a run-time PaaS offers cloud native versus cloud washed experiences.
In response to a recent study published by the Cloud Alliance for Google Apps, where respondents indicated that cloud-enabled collaboration was more important than cost effectiveness.
This post is an amalgamation of different how-tos and articles, and it includes an illustrated guide to creating a feature_index file, and how to create an Interactive Hadoop on Azure Table from the feature_index file.
rian talks with Rodney Rogers (Chairman/CEO of Virtustream) about offering Enterprise Class Cloud Services, Cloud API Religions, Cloud services in Emerging Markets, and the evolution of Cloud Service Providers developing technology.
Gartner analysts have suggested that “If you’re going to operate like a cloud provider, you will need to be willing to fire almost everyone in this room.” Here's my take.
Learn the 5 keys to backing up resources on Amazon EC2, which include performing multiple types of backups keeping non-proprietary backups offsite and a few other tips...
Running a number of businesses, some using the cloud and some not, I’ve seen firsthand the reality of what it takes to move systems from traditional on-premise delivery to the cloud.
This author looks at the increasing complexity and vendor lock-in that comes with various Platforms-as-a-Service.
A way to unwind the recursive relationship between Cloud Foundry and ecosystem partners is to first start calling the technology a ‘cloud-enabled platform’, and limit PaaS as an instantiation of the cloud-enabled platform delivered as a service
Including how to print from Google docs, Box.net, DropBox, Amazon S3, and Scribd.
Windows Azure Storage emulator may be a challenge, but it allows you to test locally against local instances of Blog, Queue and Table services.
Cloud Computing is reaching a mass adoption stage in the industry. Every company, irrespective of size and revenue, is affected by the cloud paradigm. In this article, I want to share some of my thoughts on Cloud Identity.
The author of the Microsoft Windows Azure Development Cookbook suggests that books in the future will focus more on how Azure integrates with specific technologies.
DZone's Cloud Zone has been growing by leaps and bounds in the last couple of months, so we want to guage the community's interest in the various and sundry aspects of the sometimes cloudy topic of cloud computing.
In this-hour presentation, CloudBees CEO Sacha Labourey discusses the potential of Java development on the cloud.
This list takes a look at the likes of Google App Engine, Amazon Web Services, and Windows Azure (among others).
Have you seen the network/bandwidth caps that Rackspace places on their cloud servers?
CloudOpen will be held alongside of LinuxCon this August, and will cover hypervisors, deployment tools, big data offerings and cloud platforms (and associated tools).
Get to know OpenShift's PaaS a little better by checking out how it can use PostgreSQL, the self-proclaimed "world's most advanced open source database."