Microsoft gets serious about the cloud

The oncoming storm

Microsoft gets serious about the cloud

New initiatives attempt to woo volume big spenders to Azure, and Windows Server hybridizes with cloud platform.

Clojure: a whistle stop tour

Getting Clojure

Clojure: a whistle stop tour

Neale Swinnerton guides us through sequences, lazy evaluation and higher order functions, without going around in circles. Or maybe we will?

Spotlight on: Elasticsearch

Feeling bouncy

Spotlight on: Elasticsearch

We talk to Shay Banon, creator and co-founder of the distributed RESTful search engine.

Intellectual Ventures trolling for cash

Who you gonna sue?

Intellectual Ventures trolling for cash

Notorious patent wars instigator Intellectual Ventures is seeking $3 billion from investors - does this mark the end of the era of the patent troll?

 One to watch: RoboVM, cracking the Java iOS development conundrum

Shiny new tools

One to watch: RoboVM, cracking the Java iOS development conundrum

JAXenter meets Niklas Therning, founder of RoboVM, an open source project which allows Java developers to easily port their Android apps to iOS.

To me, to you

A chat with Tomitribe chief David Blevins

Hot on the heels of the announcement of new company Tomitribe, we catch up with TomEE creator David Blevins.

No rainmakers in the cloud sector

Cloudburst

No rainmakers in the cloud sector

Analyst predicts doom and gloom amidst battle of the cloud vendor titans.

MongoDB mocked after posting “100GB Scaling Checklist”

How big is your data?

MongoDB mocked after posting “100GB Scaling Checklist”

NoSQL sceptics have field day after MongoDB posts – and later amends – guide to scaling up to 100GB.

ScaleOut hServer V2 adds its own shot of real-time analytics functionality to Hadoop MapReduce

Energizing the elephant

ScaleOut hServer V2 adds its own shot of real-time analytics functionality to Hadoop MapReduce

New version promises enhanced speed and flexibility for Hadoop adherents.

JavaFX becomes the new HTML with WebFX

We all go a little crazy sometimes

JavaFX becomes the new HTML with WebFX

Bruno Borges’ experimental browser renders FXML files as web pages, scripted with JVM languages.

Doffing our hats

What lies ahead for OpenShift?

Hot on the heels of the announcement of Red Hat's new PaaS offerings, JAXenter speaks to Senior Manager Grant Shipley for the full story.

What’s driving the rise in Puppet, and why should you care?

Meet the puppet master

What’s driving the rise in Puppet, and why should you care?

A recent report has revealed that job postings on Indeed.com with the keyword ‘Puppet’ have spiked 66% in the past year - we talk to Puppet Labs CTO Nigel Kersten for the…

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