Cloud automators Skytap introduce virtual private PaaS via VMwares Cloud Foundry
Spring’s modern database plans are all coming together – we take an in-depth look into the project itself.
Once one jumps, they all do – AppFog are the latest PaaS company to go GA, but how can they possibly separate themselves from the pack?
VMware’s Groovy and Grails advocate Peter Ledbrook goes beyond your bog standard quickstart to Grails to truly explore how it can be used in an enterprise environment.
A Java EE visionary departs VMware, so where do SpringSource go from here.
Realising they were losing their way, AWS-welcoming cloud vendor Eucalyptus can their open source/enterprise version model for a pure open source version of their on-premise platform
We now have a date for the next version of the cloud infrastructure OpenStack as Folsom is set for a September day release
VMware’s open source broker that implements the AMQP standard has been given a big update.
Yet more exciting Hadoop announcements this week, as MapR deploy Version 2.0 of its MapR Distribution and reveal a tie-in with Amazon Elastic MapReduce service
Once you’ve made one Hadoop announcement, they then come in droves. Welcome Project Serengeti to ease Hadoop transition and Spring for Apache Hadoop 1.0 M2, bringing in enterprise-looking features
With four contenders jostling for Hadoop rule, the team behind MapReduce step up with Hortonworks Data Platform 1.0
Yet one more cloud platform for your delectation, but Apcera is shrouded in mystery and how can it differ from the competition? Visibility and DevOps seem to be on the menu.
VMware retaliate with the release of vFabric by adding automated deployment, enterprise open source support, PostgreSQL capabilities and SQLFire to cover all bases.
As Red Hat mount their PaaS embrace, we ask whether it’s too much too soon and look forward to how PaaS can gain greater adoption