This book is all about getting you started, hands-on, with Red Hat OpenShift PaaS. With new content and information on […]
Hang on to your hats and stand by for launch into the Clouds – how to get your first OpenShift based application deployed in minutes!
CenturyLink-owned Saavis follow IBM to newly-formed advisory board for Pivotals PaaS, with more on the way.
Docker-powered, Heroku-inspired indie project gets green light after reaching $75,000 target.
The Linux experts cloud platform has received an enterprise update to put it on the same footing as the open source offering.
There are so many Java Cloud Platforms on the market today: CloudFoundry, CloudBees, Google App Engine, OpenShift, Heroku, and Oracle Java Cloud Service. How can you possibly choose? Fortunately, Khanderao Kand is on hand to help in this JAXConf 2013 presentation. He’ll compare the various platforms through examples, and give you an idea of what key factors to look for when selecting the right cloud platform for your application. Filmed by Marakana – www.marakana.com
JAX Editor Chris Mayer catches a few words with OpenShift Evangelist Steve Citron-Pousty to talk about Red Hat’s Platform-as-a-Service, why it has taken a polyglot approach and developer concerns over security. Note: this was filmed just before OpenShift came out of beta.
Following two years of beta testing, Red Hat decide to roll out premium support for their public cloud platform.
After May’s $42m funding round, 10gen pick up further investment from two big players. Does this seal MongoDB’s enterprise relevance?
Tired of requesting a new development machine for your application? Sick of setting up a new test environment? Have no fear OpenShift is here!
Four months on from the last version, the team behind JBoss Tools and Developer Studio are set to build upon their work.
With PaaS vendors jostling, Red Hat offer their vision for OpenShift
The time is now for Hadoop and the enterprise – business intelligence suite makers Jaspersoft announce big partnership with the kingmakers of Big Data
More features for Java fall down the line, but this time for the right reasons as Oracle start to think cloud standardization shouldn’t be on the agenda. Yet.