As a vendor of security products, I see a lot of Requests for
Proposal (RFPs). More often than not these consist of an Excel
0 replies - 3417 views - 04/06/12 by Scott Morrison in Articles
Tfs on azure is a a perfectly valid solution to have your TFS hosted by Microsoft, no worries about upgrading, maintaining, backup and most...
0 replies - 6067 views - 04/04/12 by Ricci Gian Maria in Articles
[Addendum - I knew about this announcement a week ago. Out of respect
for those who briefed me on it under embargo I have decided to hold to
0 replies - 4695 views - 04/04/12 by Ben Kepes in Articles
The building block services for Windows Azure are Access Control
Services (ACS), Caching, and Service Bus. These are incredibly powerful
0 replies - 4513 views - 04/03/12 by Michael Collier in Articles
A lot of technical forums and discussions have highlighted the
limitations of EC2 and how it loses on performance when compared to
physical servers of...
0 replies - 5428 views - 04/02/12 by Sean Hull in Articles
Is Java the platform of the future?
by Mark Little
I've mentioned before, but I think we are living in a period of time where a bigger explosion of...
0 replies - 10587 views - 04/02/12 by Judah Johns in Articles
The content of this article was originally written by Andreas Kollegger on the Neo4j blog.
Flavorwocky, an amusing
name for a clever idea that highlights...
0 replies - 4099 views - 04/01/12 by Eric Genesky in Articles
I’ve recently moved this blog to run on WordPress running on RedHat’s OpenShift Express.
If you’ve not heard of OpenShift, it’s:
0 replies - 12939 views - 03/30/12 by David Salter in Articles
The embedded video is a step by step tutorial - be sure to watch in full screen in order to see all text. A link to more technical documentation on Java SDK...
0 replies - 6070 views - 03/29/12 by Eric Genesky in Articles
dotCloud's goal is to provide a bunch of different independent
services that you can use as building blocks to build your application.
If you need a...
0 replies - 7295 views - 03/28/12 by Ken Cochrane in Articles
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 - 5307 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 - 9816 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 - 4441 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 - 5941 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 - 6144 views - 03/20/12 by Roger Jennings in Articles