Just as he was helping push the project to Apache Software Foundation, JAX Magazine managed to catch up with the founder of portable cloud library jclouds, Adrian Cole.
With so many cloud platforms out there, it can be difficult to pick one that best suits your needs. But what about the first truly open source cloud platform out there? WSO2s Paul Fremantle explains how to get an application running, as well as explaing the architecture behind the project.
Days after releasing the latest version, WSO2 send their cloud platform to Apache in hope of generating a community behind the project. Engine Yard and Citrix jump onboard.
WSO2s open source PaaS gets a new architecture, designed to make it easy to plug in and play.
What do you get when you combine JavaFX and Scala together on top of a Cloud architecture? The most highly scalable platform for Java client development possible, leveraging the UI richness of JavaFX, elegance of Scala, and infinite scalability of a multi-cloud platform. In this JAXconf talk, JavaFX expert Stephen Chin and jclouds Andrew Phillips will demonstrate a cloud application built on the JClouds platform that makes use of a JavaFX front-end written in the Scala language. Filming Courtesy of Marakana Tech TV
The cloud innovators are at it again, this time launching a new control plane Brooklyn
Looks like we’ve got another contender in the clouds – Apache drives API management project Deltacloud forward
We talk to the new cloud management system start-up, dubbed ‘Twitter for machines’
PLUS, jclouds 1.0.0 and Apache Tomcat 7.0.19 released.
The first release of Apache Whirr is out now! Apache Whirr 0.1.0-incubating is a set of libraries for running cloud […]
A new beta of jclouds is now available. jclouds is an open source framework that facilitates the use of portable […]