Have you ever wondered what it takes to get your Java EE up and running
somewhere? I did. For years. Started with hosting my own, moved on to
3 replies - 2243 views - 12/06/12 by Markus Eisele in Articles
Recently, I had the great opportunity to speak on Azure Storage at the North Dallas .NET User Group in Dallas, Texas to a group of about 60 developers. Before...
0 replies - 881 views - 11/26/12 by Casey Watson in Articles
Cloud computing has a challenge endemic to many Silicon valley advances -
a great technology triumph somewhat disconnected from a clear business...
0 replies - 5346 views - 10/30/12 by Chris Keene in Articles
Having found the excellent TOAD for MongoDB (and other NoSQL),
Windows is starting to be an okay development platform. Not as good as
Mac or Ubuntu, but...
0 replies - 4348 views - 10/18/12 by Tim Spann in Articles
Resin Pro Serves Files Faster than Apache httpdSan Francisco, CA October 01, 2012Caucho Technology, the leader in high performance application servers, today...
0 replies - 643 views - 10/05/12 by Bill Digman in Announcements
The other day I came across this awesome post
from Peter Sonsini from NEA. I’m actually loathe to critique it – Peter
has gone to lengths to present a...
0 replies - 2871 views - 09/26/12 by Ben Kepes in Articles
A short video tutorial showing how easy it is to build, deploy and run
REST web services using the CloudBees Java PaaS platform. The demo
0 replies - 2191 views - 09/22/12 by Allen Coin in Articles
Last Friday, Windows Azure added support for continuous deployment
from GitHub and CodePlex repositories to Windows Azure Web Sites.
0 replies - 3727 views - 09/21/12 by Larry Franks in Articles
Windows Azure Web Sites has added a new pricing tier that will solve the #1 blocker for the web development community. The shared
tier now supports custom...
0 replies - 2664 views - 09/19/12 by Clint Edmonson in Articles
Whenever I’m asked where the big investment opportunities exist in
technology (and believe me – it’s a question I get asked very often), I
0 replies - 996 views - 09/19/12 by Ben Kepes in Articles
David Linthicum has an excellent post bashing vendor-driven Cloud ‘thought leadership’ and Cloud offerings. Dave’s summer 2012 outlook on the Cloud...
0 replies - 2833 views - 09/05/12 by Chris Haddad in Articles
Enterprises no longer have a lack of data. Data can be obtained from
everywhere. The hard part is to convert data into valuable information
0 replies - 2759 views - 09/02/12 by Maarten Ectors in Articles
The news came out yesterday. Java EE 7 is going
to be realigned and the PaaS enablement and multi-tenancy support will
be moved to Java EE 8. While the...
2 replies - 3745 views - 08/31/12 by Markus Eisele in Articles
The content of this article was originally written by Nick Floyd over at the New Relic blog. At New Relic,
we’ve always been interested in helping...
0 replies - 2659 views - 08/22/12 by Leigh Shevchik in Articles
At MongoLab we’re obsessed with software tools to get stuff done.
DBaaS and PaaS represent new tools in a developer’s toolbox. To borrow a
0 replies - 2682 views - 08/15/12 by Ben Wen in Articles