So, you’ve found the cloud application of your dreams. It does
everything you ever thought you could want and ten things you didn’t...
0 replies - 4294 views - 04/26/12 by Eric Berg in Articles
Summary – it’s a long post so here’s what you need to know. Amazon Web Services
is moving up the stack. Existing ecosystem partners will benefit from...
0 replies - 4701 views - 04/25/12 by Ben Kepes in Articles
My OakLeaf Systems Azure Table Services Sample Project (Tools v1.4 with Azure Storage Analytics)
demo application, which runs on two Windows Azure compute...
0 replies - 5185 views - 04/20/12 by Roger Jennings in Articles
Looking past the politics of whose Cloud stack is the best for a
moment, the undeniable truth remains that no matter what you use, tools
to help deploy and...
0 replies - 5153 views - 04/19/12 by Ben Kepes in Articles
I put together Java sample applications using Spring 3.1. Using
Spring’s Environment abstractions, we can gather details about the
0 replies - 4784 views - 04/17/12 by Gordon Dickens in Articles
Paris, April 17th, 2012: Jenkins User Conference Jenkins, the
world’s most popular open source Continuous Integration server, and JFrog, the creator of...
0 replies - 2396 views - 04/17/12 by Shlomi Ben-haim in Announcements
Introduction Microsoft’s Apache Hadoop on Windows Azure
Community Technical Preview (Hadoop on Azure CTP) includes a Hive ODBC
driver and Excel add-in,...
0 replies - 7167 views - 04/12/12 by Roger Jennings in Articles
This morning, Amazon announced the release of their cloud-based search platform, CloudSearch, which the company has been using on their website for some time...
0 replies - 5850 views - 04/12/12 by Eric Genesky in Articles
Introduction Avkash Chauhan (@avkashchauhan) and Denny Lee (@dennylee)
have written several blog posts about the use of Windows Azure blobs as
0 replies - 5094 views - 04/09/12 by Roger Jennings in Articles
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 - 3544 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 - 6698 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 - 4816 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 - 4639 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 - 5672 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 - 10929 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 - 4260 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 - 14110 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 - 6373 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 - 7846 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 - 5528 views - 03/26/12 by Frank Kelly in Articles