Architecting in the Cloud
So I am starting to investigate architecting an app for AWS. I have the
basics of EC2, S3, SQS, RDS, Simple DB (now...
0 replies - 5521 views - 03/26/12 by Frank Kelly in Articles
Whenever an application is uploaded to the CloudBees Platform as a
Service (PaaS), it is not just blindly copied from your desktop onto the
3 replies - 10071 views - 03/25/12 by Sacha Labourey in Articles
This video is presented by Dhabaleswar K. Panda, a professor of computer science and engineering at Ohio State University and leader of the Network-Based...
1 replies - 4625 views - 03/22/12 by Eric Genesky in Articles
As you might have noticed, I'm getting further away from MySQL here.
This is just how things are I guess, I just do much less work with MySQL
0 replies - 6196 views - 03/22/12 by Anders Karlsson in Articles
U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) publishes monthly an On-Time
Performance dataset for all airlines holding a Department of
0 replies - 6462 views - 03/20/12 by Roger Jennings in Articles
In reading Vivek Kundra’s “25 Point Implementation Plan To Reform Federal Information”,
I was struck by the anecdote regarding how the lack of...
0 replies - 3200 views - 03/20/12 by Jp Morgenthal in Articles
Cloud migration is no easy feat, and the challenges posed by the physical-virtual server shift can lead to loss of time and money. Luckily, this has not been...
0 replies - 4923 views - 03/20/12 by Eric Genesky in Articles
When I first started working at CashStar.com
three and a half years ago, I had heard about PCI before, but I didn't
really know what that meant. Since we...
0 replies - 10011 views - 03/19/12 by Ken Cochrane in Articles
[UPDATE): I added Jelastic and created another
category I'm calling Private Java PaaS in which I put GigaSpaces
Cloudify, Cumulogic and ActiveState...
25 replies - 20056 views - 03/15/12 by Geva Perry in Articles
Larry and I have both been heads down working on a number of
projects…hence, the recent lack of activity on the blog. But fear not!
We’re not dead yet....
0 replies - 4807 views - 03/15/12 by Brian Swan in Articles
Cloudbees, a Java-focused PaaS, takes advantage of a whole bunch of different tools to run their service. One of the more intriguing ones is a programming...
0 replies - 3577 views - 03/14/12 by Prasant Lokinendi in Articles
I’ve been researching a whitepaper for CloudU that looks at the
different languages modern developers of cloud applications need to
think about and it...
0 replies - 6703 views - 03/14/12 by Ben Kepes in Articles
Big data is a term applied to data sets whose size is beyond the ability
of commonly used software tools to capture, manage, and process the
data within a...
2 replies - 6784 views - 03/12/12 by Prabath Siriwardena in Articles
It all started when GigaOM published an infographic,
“Why 2013 is the year of ‘NoOps’ for programmers” created by Lucas
Carlson, CEO of...
0 replies - 4414 views - 03/10/12 by Shameer Cee in Articles
I wrote in a previous blogpost,
a few weeks ago, that we had started to migrate our MySQL databases to
Amazon RDS. We have now been running this for quite...
1 replies - 5702 views - 03/07/12 by Anders Karlsson in Articles
The content of the following post was originally written by Andreas over at the Neo4j Blog. The Neo4j Heroku Challenge
has closed, leaving a brilliant...
0 replies - 10000 views - 03/05/12 by Eric Genesky in Articles
of the less mentioned cloud computing-related phenomenon is the pattern
of its adoption in the market, and in particular, the enterprise.Many
0 replies - 3304 views - 03/02/12 by Geva Perry in Articles
This post assumes that the reader is
familiar at configuring the WSO2 Load Balancer without autoscaling, and
has configured the system already with the...
0 replies - 5746 views - 03/01/12 by Kathiravelu Pra... in Articles
Back in 1999, NASA lost a $125 million dollar Mars orbiter due to a mishap on the part of a Lockheed Martin engineering team. The engineers used English...
0 replies - 5585 views - 03/01/12 by Eric Genesky in Articles
GigaOM just published an article titled Why 2013 is the year of ‘NoOps’ for programmers [Infographic]
and since my comment doesn’t seem to show up...
1 replies - 3785 views - 03/01/12 by Spike Morelli in Articles