Things are starting to pick up after the holidays; some good links for your weekend reading this week.
Here's a 16-minute tutorial on how to deploy the sample Oracle ADF Summit Application from here on the Oracle cloud.
I recently created an Azure Cloud Service from scratch and deployed it, however I manually logged into Azure Portal and uploaded the packages. Luckily, someone commented saying that I could that you can use publish directly from Visual Studio. So . . .
Here's a demo of a cloud-based HTML5 Mp3 player developed by SVN labs. According to the original post, it uses "tracks directly from your Amazon S3 buckets playable in the HTML5 audio element."
On Friday, Heroko opened registration for Heroku Waza. Waza, apparently, is a Japanese word for art and technique.
This blog post will be focused on building Stateless PaaS Cloud Services utilizing Windows Azure Storage (Blobs/Queues/Tables) and Windows Azure SQL Databases (SQL Azure).
The official Ruby on Rails blog recently announced the release of two "extremely critical security fixes" for a major security flaw.
Some days ago I published a post about the recent integration of Glacier as a new storage class in Amazon S3 and how it pages the way to new and interesting use cases, even for home users, despite being a service more geared towards enterprise users.
Troy Hunt is a Microsoft MVP for Developer Security and regularly blogs and tweets about security principles.
Here's a quick, 6-minute tutorial that gets you started with a simple app in Node.js on the Engine Yard Cloud.
Sacha Labourey, the former CTO of JBoss and founder of CloudBees, recently reflected on a survey of Jenkins users that indicated a 65% growth year to year with 56,000 active installations.
Spring is the only enterprise Java framework that runs on environments like GAE's JVM. On Cloud Foundry, there is tight integration for Spring developers.
Yesterday, Microsoft Open Technologies announced a complementary service to Windows Azure VMs - the VM Depot.
Jeremy Osborne of OpenShift recently published a lengthy, in-depth tutorial that will get you working with WebSockets, Node.js, npm, and OpenShift.
This post is about parsing data by hand coming back from Azure Mobile Services. It does not rely on the MobileServiceCollectionView to populate controls with data.
Here's a five-minute video by CBT Nuggets trainer Jeremy Cioara that gives a 5-minute introduction to AWS and why the PaaS giant is vital to IT departments.
Last month I attended HP Discover (disclosure: my participation was funded by Ivy World). The IT war already started however HP stands still not taking initiatives and real risks as true leaders should take.
Yesterday, Angel Rivera of OpenShift published a beginners guide to writing Flask applications on OpenShift.
Windows Azure Mobile Services is great for quickly building an OData compliant back end for your app development, but how can we work with enum values?
I’ve been investigating setting up a Worker Role to do something similar to a Windows Service and it seems that the Worker Role is best suited for this purpose.
One of the things that may have slipped past you in the holiday madness was this: PHP 5.4 is available in Windows Azure Web and Worker Roles
On Quora there was a question about how much CAPEX and OPEX you can save by moving to the Cloud. My short answer is: you might not save any.
Steven Seiler interviewed Nathaniel Jones, a Heroku expert, in order to discuss how a pro solves challenging problems using Ruby on Rails.
Amazon Web Services recently announced that the AWS Management Console now supports tablet devices thanks to a "simple and intuitive web-based user interface."
There are a number new features that have been released for Azure Mobile Services. Here are some important links that can get you up to speed quickly and efficiently.