Up and away
Hang on to your hats and stand by for launch into the Clouds - how to get your first OpenShift based application deployed in minutes!
Red and blue
Combative software giants have formed a friendly alliance to take on the forces of AWS.
VMware go live with ‘Horizon DaaS’ as trend for cloudy companies to drift towards higher-functioning offerings picks up pace.
JAX is returning to London for 2014 in October - and we’re looking for high calibre Java and JVM experts to step forth and share their knowledge.
With new Verizon Ventures led cash injection, PaaS provider is well placed to become “go-to” guys for continuous delivery.
Pulling a Rackspace
PaaS project released to be developed into new foundation, opening the door for a new wave of sign-ups.
CloudBees CEO Sacha Labourey explains more this new venture, and tells JAX how the cloud is amping up Java’s cool factor.
Big talk bigger data
NoSQL CEO Bob Wiederhold outlines his plans for world domination - one enterprise at a time.
Up, up and away!
Proposal submitted for project “Flight”, which aims to provide infrastructure for integrating dev tools across desktop, browser, and servers.
A recipe for honey
Newly installed CTO talks to JAXenter about the road ahead, the importance of elasticity, and some interesting applications of continuous integration.
Established in 2004, the Eclipse Foundation has become a shining testament to what truly open-source development can achieve. Here are just a few highlights.
You get what you give
Having announced its sky high targets for the year ahead, IBM puts its money where its mouth is with further $1.2 billion commitment to company offerings.
Nifty - but is it performant?
Don’t worry about the file system for your precious Big Data, says Google – just keep it in our Cloud Storage.
I’ll be there for you
Community Linux distribution leaders hail a “new era” as corporate giant pours resources into project.
Analysts place their bets
In the wake of NSA revelations, are on-premise datacenters about to become fashionable once again?